First-Tier Brain Drain Benefits Wuhan, Chengdu

iFeng: 一线城市人才流出增加 武汉成都等成新热门
With the centralized introduction of talent attraction policies in many cities, the preliminary shape of the “rushing people group” among cities has emerged. In the first two months of 2018, the talents of the four first-tier cities in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen continued to flow out to second and third-tier cities, and the net outflow rate reached 0.6%, an increase of 0.05 percentage points over the same period in 2017.

According to the “2018 Peak Season Talent Trend Report” released directly by BOSS, the attractiveness of talents in second-tier cities continues to increase. Among them, Hangzhou, Wuhan, Chengdu, Zhengzhou, and Xi’an have the most attractive talents. In 2018, they left the job seekers in Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Shenzhen. 35.5% of people chose these five cities. Moreover, this trend has been relatively stable in the interval of about 18 months, and these five cities have become the first group to grab people in cities.

Judging from the outflow direction of talent in the first-tier cities, job seekers who leave from Beijing have the highest geographical dispersion of their next jobs. They range across the southwest and eastern coastal cities and radiate almost half of China. The job seekers leaving Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou have relatively high concentration of work areas. More than 60% of the job seekers choose peripheral second-tier cities, capital cities, and the Pearl River Delta region. The regional radiation in Shanghai and Guangzhou is the most concentrated, and Shenzhen is similar to Beijing's “national spread” feature.

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