This is mainly due to the use of big data steadily rising across Vietnam’s major sectors, finds our latest Salary Survey 2018
Hiring activity in 2017 was partly driven by strong demand for junior and senior IT developers, especially those proficient in .Net, PHP and Java. There was also a growing emphasis on digitalisation among banks, which led to a demand for IT professionals with financial services backgrounds.
Those moving jobs generally received salary increments of 20 – 25%. This trend is expected to continue in 2018.
This was among the key findings of the Robert Walters Salary Survey for 2018. The annual survey contains recruitment market updates, hiring advice and benchmarks salaries across our global markets.
With use of big data steadily rising across Vietnam’s major sectors, highly proficient developers will also continue to be sought after in 2018.
As there is a shortage of local talent with the right technical skills, hiring managers are likely to look for Vietnamese candidates based overseas.
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