The workforce of tomorrow needs talents who are knowledgeable in all things technology

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WE are entering a digital era.

The world’s most valuable companies are no longer banks or energy companies, but technology companies.

Accenture chief executive officer (CEO) Pierre Nanterme noted that “digital is the main reason just over half of the companies in the Fortune 500 have disappeared since the year 2000”.

With so much emphasis on digital, it’s clear that today’s graduates not only need the hard and soft skills that universities have tried to develop, but a newer and much-needed repertoire of digital skills.

Indeed, the adoption of online learning by many universities also represents a timely opportunity for students to build their digital skillset.

There are five key digital skills that today’s graduates need in order to be digitally proficient:

> Distributed teams and collaboration

With Covid-19, many of us experienced, for the first time, working from home over a sustained period.

However, the reality is that many digital-ready organisations already expect their employees to be productive and work collaboratively as part of a virtual and even global team, regardless of their physical location.

This trend will only continue. Collaboration technology has advanced to the stage where face-to-face interaction is nice, but not essential.

Today’s graduates must be able to work effectively as part of a team, whether that team operates physically, virtually or both.

They will need to manage their time, work independently, remain disciplined and know how to get the best out of meetings.

> Data science

The most successful companies are increasingly data driven.

Netflix systematically analyses data on the viewing habits of its 130 million subscribers, everything from what they search for and the shows they watch, in order to provide a highly personalised experience that is ultimately designed to engage and retain customers.

It also uses data to drive multi- million-dollar investment decisions

Introduced Talents Settlement Formality can be Handle in Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City Directly

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Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City of Sanya is located in the west of Sanya City, Hainan Province, adjacent to Nanshan Cultural Tourism Area and Fairyland. It mainly consists of Nanfan Science & Technology City, Deep Sea Science & Technology City, University City, Nanshan Harbor, Central Fishing Port and Global Animal and Plant Germ-plasm Resources Introduction and Transfer Base. Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City of Sanya is an important carrier for Hainan Province to carry out the spirit of General Secretary Xi’s speech on April 13 and document No.12 pilot projects in Hainan Province, Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City is committed to building a national deep-sea science and technology innovation center, “Nanfan Silicon Valley” and an agglomeration place of deep integration of industry, university, research, and city.

NowGood News! Introduced Talents Settlement Formality can be Handle in Yazhou Bay Science and Technology City Directly.

According to the guidelines for the settlement of talents introduced from Sanya City, talent who under 40 years old (including age 40), with a three-year labor contract (with various enterprises or employing unit in the city) and following conditions can apply for settlement:

Full-time college degree talent

Talent with intermediate professional & technical titles

Professional Qualification Certificate Technician (Level II)

Senior Technician (Level I)

Talent who under 55 years old (including age 55), with a three-year labor contract (with various enterprises or employing unit in the city) and following conditions can apply for settlement in the province’s place of employment or residence:

Full-time master degree talent

Full-time graduate degree talent

Talent with senior professional & technical titles

High-level talent

Professional Qualification Senior Technician (Level I)

Employment talents with an annual income of more than 300,000 yuan (RMB) and an annual personal income tax of more than 50,000 yuan (RMB) in our province