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Shenzhen Considers its Talents

Shenzhen’s never-ending quest for modernity produces regular bouts of soul-searching, which are often reflected in commentaries published in official media. One of these, by an experienced writer, Fu Jingyi, which appeared recently in the Southern Metropolis Daily, focused on the city’s talent policy. It determined that the challenge of “optimizing” Shenzhen’s human resources was perhaps greater than many realized, and that creative solutions were called for. 

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GBA talent map under planning

Recruitment agents, your days are numbered: A Greater Bay Area “talent map” is being prepared by the Shenzhen city government, according to local media. This will essentially be a platform built on a public database, with content supplied by “talent pools” as well as libraries from both the industrial sector and the government. 

The aim is to better match skills with job opportunities using, no doubt, AI and other technologies. Moreover, this platform has ambitions to match resources with talent. In other words, if you are smart and have a good idea, your pursuit of financial and human resources should be as frictionless as possible.

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