HackerTrail’s Very Own Market Map

Greeting Hackers!

HackerTrail always strive to serve you better. With that in mind, we are initiating to create market maps on several tech job families in Singapore. We hope that this will increase the visibility on tech talents’ profiles in Singapore.

Our market maps will cover one out of 14 tech job families from our database, along with their education level, visa requirements, as well as their Singapore residential status.

We belief that the information on this market map will greatly add value to your hiring process, and help you make an informed decision to strategize in recruiting the best tech talents for your company.

The 14 job families which we will cover are:

Here is a sneak peak of our first market map on Mobile developers in Singapore.

We are planning to send out this market map regularly once a month to our clients, for the next 13 months. If you are interested in getting these market maps sent straight to your mailbox, click here to subscribe.

We’ll see you next month for the next market map. Stay tuned!

15 Recruiting Trends in 2019

As part of our continuing effort to help our clients and contacts to hire the best tech talents available, here are some statistics you may find interesting. With technologists in demand more than ever, 2019 promises to be an interesting recruitment challenge for Singapore’s tech community. Hopefully the following insights will help you prepare…

The HackerTrail team has consolidated 15 interesting recruiting trends of 2019, which have been gathered from various parts of the recruitment industry and beyond. For example, 2019 is expected to be a year of growth: 61% of recruiters and hiring managers are looking to hire more talents this year than last.

From the job seeker’s perspective, money seems to be top-of-mind at present: 67% of job seekers list ‘salaries’ as the most important factor when they apply for a job. Employers, prepare yourselves, you may need a little more budget to hire those talented techies than you previously allowed!

But it’s not just money you need to be mindful of… the majority of job seekers, 69% to be precise, would not accept a job from companies with a bad reputation, even if they did get a nice pay increase. That may well because company culture was listed as the number one factor in employee happiness and satisfaction.

And happiness and satisfaction are not to be underestimated when it comes to recruitment. An overwhelming 98% of happy employees said they would refer their peers to apply to apply to work at their company. Why is that important? Because, according to recruiters and hiring managers, a referral has a higher likelihood of converting into a successful hire than any other lead, with 82% rating referrals as the source likely to deliver the highest ROI of all recruitment channels.

You can see these, and more, in the infographic below! (click here for source link)

So what’s the biggest surprise in here? Maybe it’s the fact that, despite surging demand for tech talent, it’s sales and business development executives that are proving the hardest people to recruit in Singapore.

If you’re recruiting in Singapore, we wish you the very best of luck for 2019.

Click here to get the latest information on salaries, skills and trends.