Indian, Filipino, and Pakistani Workers are the most in-demand, according to recent research

According to recent research, the Philippines, India, and Pakistan are the top three nations for hiring workers in the Asia-Pacific region.

The top three Asia-Pacific nations where businesses were hired last year were Australia, Singapore, and India, according to Deel’s State of Global Hiring Report, which was issued on Tuesday. Australia, Hong Kong, and India had the quickest rates of recruiting new workers in the area during the same period.

Of all the expatriate populations in the UAE, Indian, and Pakistani nationals make up the greatest population. In the nation’s governmental and private sectors, there are about 3.5 million Indians, 1.7 million Pakistanis, and 650,000 Filipinos working.

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Software engineering, sales, and product roles have the most demand in Asia-Pacific, according to the Deel survey.

Taiwan, Thailand, and South Korea experienced the largest average income increases across all jobs.

Data from Deel’s State of Global Employment Report is based on more than 260,000 contracts, 15,000+ customers, and data from more than 160 countries, as well as more than 500,000 data points from outside sources like Microverse. As of December 2022, there are at least 50 worker contracts on file for each of the nations, states, and localities included in the report.

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Throughout the year, hiring continued to pick up steam globally because remote positions accounted for 89% of all contracts. Several businesses turned abroad to reduce the cost of hiring people.

According to Professor Samuel Dahan, the head of the Deel Lab for Global Employment, the Philippines, India, and Brazil saw the most increases in average starting pay for the roles of operations, content creation, and fiancΓ©.

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While pay for new employees in the fields of accountants, customer service representatives, consultants, designers, and software engineers also decreased globally

According to Deel, workers have become less interested in getting paid in cryptocurrencies as a result of their volatility.

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