The best employment situation is still the intermediary service
Among Chengdu's 2019 fresh graduates who participated in this survey, 80.22% of college students chose to work directly after graduation, which is basically the same as in 2018; 8.00% of college students chose slow employment, an increase of 1.01 percentage point from the same period last year; 7.11% of college students chose Domestic studies continued to increase by 2.13 percentage points from the same period last year.
The industry with the best employment situation is still intermediary services, but whether it is fresh graduates or social recruitment groups, they have not recognized the employment experience of this industry, and the delivery behavior is not positive. Talent experts suggest that as a recruiter, we should consider how to optimize the employment relationship to attract the attention of talents, and also urgently need to transform from traditional intermediary thinking to consultant services to provide more space for knowledgeable talents.
The data shows that when the fresh graduates of Chengdu choose their jobs in 2019, the Internet / e-commerce industry is still the industry that attracts the most job seekers. At present, the Internet industry is still labeled with high salaries, good benefits, and an open culture. It is the first choice of job seekers, especially college students. It is easy to blindly follow the heat when choosing a career, and it is more prone to "getting together."
It is worth noting that the employment prosperity of the two positions of community / resident / housekeeping service and logistics / warehouse has increased greatly compared with last year. Similar to the nature of mechanics / operators, jobs with partial “blue collar” attributes in these traditional concepts are College students are generally not favored by the knowledge-based population, but the development of the service industry has led to a rising demand for talents in this type of position, which has led to a shortage of freshmen in this field.
New Tier 1 cities such as Chengdu remain attractive
From the perspective of cities, the highest proportion of graduates looking for employment in 2019 is still the new first-tier cities (Chengdu, Hangzhou, Wuhan), accounting for 44.18%, an increase of 4.00 percentage points year-on-year, indicating that the cost of living is relatively low and employment opportunities are constantly increasing. The new first-tier cities released are most favored by graduates. Based on the actual contracted data, the highest proportion is also in the first-tier cities (Chengdu, Hangzhou, Wuhan), accounting for 35.17%, and the first-tier cities (Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen) account for 32.14%, which is consistent with the expected structure.
From the perspective of employment intentions, more job seekers have poured into larger enterprises, and the number of job seekers in micro-enterprises with less than 20 is declining. Such companies are still not attractive enough for life.
In addition, the survey results show that the expected monthly salary of the fresh graduates in 2019 is concentrated at 6000-7999 yuan, the highest proportion, reaching 32.39%; then it is between 4000-5999 yuan, accounting for 24.86%. Compared with 2018, graduates' expectations for future salary have improved.
From the actual monthly salary of signing, 70% of the new graduates in 2019 have a monthly salary of less than 6,000 yuan, and the proportion of less than 4,000 yuan is 35.77%. Compared with the 60% of the new graduates in 2018, the monthly salary is less than 4,000 yuan and less than 3,000 yuan. In the case of a ratio of 34.62%, the actual monthly salary of graduates has increased year-on-year, but there is still a deviation between expectations and reality.
From the perspective of whether the contracted work and the majors are counterparts, the proportion of graduates signed in 2019 is 66.09%, and the proportion of non-partners is 33.91%. Compared with last year's data, the contracted counterparty rate in 2019 increased by 5.29 percentage points. Although the non-partnered rate fell, it still exceeded 30%.
There are many reasons for the mismatch in signing contracts. On the one hand, many students do not fully apply for majors in accordance with their personal interests when entering the school; on the other hand, employment pressure is also an important reason for mismatched majors. However, with the increase in market demand for diversified and cross-border talents, cross-professional job hunting also provides important opportunities for college graduates to expand their employment options, expand their comprehensive business capabilities, and better meet market demand.