Singapore’s economy ended on a strong note in 2017, seeing growth across multiple sectors - some even exceeding expectations! As we step into the New Year, employers have revealed to us their positive sentiments about boosting the capabilities of their existing teams across the board.
Need an idea of where these employers are at? Here are the top sectors hiring right now, according to the data from our latest Monster Employment Index, to help you get back into your game:
1. Banking & Financial Services (BFSI)
Disruptions within the banking and financial industry are constant, with the ever-increasing demand for more efficient workflows and improved security technology. Agile financial startups are sprouting all over Singapore (and region), while the established banks invest in bigger and better innovations.
The pervasive nature of this industry also points to a wealth of untapped career opportunities across all levels - from fresh grads to experienced executives.
With new tech systems on the rise, this sector needs an equally talented and qualified pool of workers to come onboard and steer their indispensable industry forward. Find BFSI jobs here
2. Manufacturing Sector
Singapore’s manufacturing industry capped off 2017 with a big bang, recording speedy growth that points the industry towards greater expansion in 2018. In addition to that, the sector is also one of the top hiring industries on Monster.com in Singapore, seeing the second-most number job ads from employers. Find Manufacturing jobs here
3. IT Sector (AI & IoT)
The predictions of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are driving transformations in the digital sectors - which will continue in 2018. Employers have also highlighted that they will continue to channel significant investments towards the transformation of their IT systems. 2018 will propel IT jobs from supporting roles into key functions across industries.Find more IT jobs here
4. Marketing & Media-related Sector
The media and all the roles under the umbrella of marketing remain an essential function in any organisation. While the purpose of marketing has remained fundamentally the same, being the eyes and ears of brands in their industries, the jobs of marketers have become much more complex than before. This is especially so with the introduction of technology-driven tools and the need for the right skill sets to effectively integrate them into marketing and media campaigns that drive a business impact.
The marketing environment is one that is ever-evolving, offering motivated workers on every level the opportunity to learn and excel.Find Marketing jobs here