Blockchain recruitment status: average salary of 16317 yuan, Shenzhen leading talent demand

The blockchain is once again in the air, and the process of technology from concept to landing requires talents to interspers. Zhilian recruits this time with the “blockchain” as the core clue, integrates online recruitment and job search big data, and explores the blockchain in the talent market. The status quo and problems of talent supply and demand will clarify the direction of talent recruitment and training.

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Core abstract
  • The average salary of the blockchain sector reached 16,317 yuan, nearly twice the national average.
  • The domain bubble faded. In 2019, the demand for blockchain talents fell sharply and remained stable compared with the bubble period.
  • Continue to attract a large number of talents to find jobs, the number of job seekers in the third quarter is 7.12 times the demand
  • Recruitment needs mainly in technical and sales positions
  • Shenzhen leads the demand, Beijing talents get together, blockchain recruitment needs are concentrated in the first-line, new first-tier cities
  • Blockchain stock talents are mainly distributed in the Internet/e-commerce industry
  • Blockchain stock talents are generally high, most of them are undergraduate and above
  • Most of the stock talents are senior professionals in the workplace, and half of the talents have more than 5 years of work experience.
O1
Blockchain talent demand in 2019
It has fallen sharply and remained stable compared to the bubble period.
In 2018, the "investment first year" of the blockchain, the blockchain concept and related companies were pushed to the forefront. Zhilian recruited big data to show that in 2018, the number of talents recruiting blockchain, that is, the number of companies involved in this technology, soared. In the second quarter of 2018, the growth rate reached 1152.77%, which was an increase of 11.5 times, and then gradually cooled down. The year-on-year growth rate of the number of enterprises has decreased quarter by quarter, and the number of recruits has also shown the same trend.
On February 15, 2019, China began to officially implement the "Regulations on the Management of Blockchain Information Services", and organized the auditing of the blockchain industry according to the law. The blockchain has returned to rationality in terms of capital, supervision, cognition, etc. Many players who rely on the concept of the concept have begun to withdraw from the market. Recruitment demand has returned to rationality as the bubble subsided. The number of recruiting companies began in the first quarter of 2019. Negative growth, the year-on-year growth rate of recruitment has turned positive since the second quarter of 2019. In the third quarter of 2019, the number of companies recruiting blockchain-related talents and the number of recruiters decreased by 53.68% and 51.71% respectively. Although the demand for employment in the bubble period has shrunk, it is still much higher than that in 2017, and the overall scale of demand has been maintained for a long time. stable.

O2
Blockchain continues to attract a large number of talents to find jobs
The number of job seekers in the third quarter is 7.12 times that of demand.
Although the industry rectification has cooled the enthusiasm of job seekers, the blockchain field has long attracted the attention of job seekers, and the supply scale is far greater than the demand. In the third quarter of 2019, the number of job seekers in the blockchain was 7.12 times the number of recruits. The phenomenon of blindly following the trend still exists. Due to the relatively new technology and less historical precipitation, the stock of talents with corresponding knowledge structure and work experience is still rare at this stage. Talent cultivation and talent standard setting are the next important force.

O3
The industry is "deviating from reality"
Strong demand for technology and sales positions
In terms of industry distribution, in the third quarter of 2019, the Internet/e-commerce and computer software industry's recruitment demand for blockchain talents accounted for 37.14% and 14.45% of all industries, respectively, accounting for the mainstream of demand. Top 10 industries include IT services, funds/securities/futures/investments, education/training/institutions, and more.
Compared with the third quarter of last year, the number of recruitment requirements in the Internet/e-commerce, fund/securities/futures/investment industries decreased by 8.34 percentage points and 4.7 percentage points in all industries, respectively, while education/training/institutions and banks The number of recruits in the electronics/semiconductor/integrated circuits industries has increased. After the digital currency price plummeted and the “hype” was supervised, the energy of the blockchain began to shift to application development, and the blockchain was gradually on the right track in commercial applications.

In view of the supply side, the supply and demand of blockchain talents are still relatively matched at the industry level. The current job-seekers of block-chain related jobs are mainly based on Internet/e-commerce, computer software, IT services, etc. The ends are more consistent.

As everyone's understanding of the blockchain is deepened, as the blockchain of the underlying technology, its development space comes from the integration with the application of various industries. Although the industry as a whole has cooled down, technical talents and sales talents are indispensable for companies that truly use blockchain technology or products as their core business. Among the recruitment requirements, software engineers are the most demanding jobs, accounting for 7.89%. . Followed by sales representatives, accounting for 6.6%; senior software engineers accounted for 3.93%, showing that technical jobs are the first target of corporate talent, followed by sales teams that help the company achieve profitability.

From the supply side, the job seekers in the blockchain field mainly focus on technical talents such as Java development engineers and software engineers. Compared with the demand side, the technical talents at the supply end account for a relatively high proportion, while the sales talents account for a relatively low level. The chain field is not the work soil favored by sales talents. On the one hand, mature business models in this field are still rare. On the other hand, the blockchain technology and knowledge threshold are relatively high, and the difficulty of entering the market is relatively large.

O4
Recruitment needs concentrated in first-tier cities
Shenzhen leads the city echelon
From the perspective of the urban distribution of blockchain recruitment demand in the third quarter of 2019, the demand for talents is mainly concentrated in the first-line and new-tier cities, corresponding to the distribution of talent-seeking cities, and the supply of talents is significantly more concentrated in first-tier cities.

In the third quarter of 2019, in the distribution of blockchain recruitment demand cities, Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Beijing were in the first echelon, accounting for 21.07%, 16.07%, and 13.9% respectively, followed by Guangzhou and Chengdu, respectively. 5.79%, 5.34%. Among them, Shenzhen's recruitment demand increased by 5.06 percentage points compared with the same period of last year, surpassing Beijing, ranking first. Shenzhen blockchain development is indeed in the forefront. In August 2018, the country's first blockchain electronic invoice was opened in Shenzhen. As the first city to apply blockchain technology, after a year of development, it is in the block. The leading position in the development of chain technology has begun to emerge.

O5

Blockchain talents get together in Beijing
City supply and demand are misplaced

From the supply side, the job seekers in the blockchain field are mainly concentrated in Beijing, but the largest demand for talent is Shenzhen, followed by Shanghai. The supply and demand between cities are misplaced, but the economic strength and living conditions of Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen They are all in the first echelon in China, and the flow of talents is also relatively convenient.

O6

The average recruitment salary in the blockchain field reached 16,317 yuan.
Nearly twice the national average
Recruitment compensation for blockchain-related jobs is significantly ahead of the national average, which may be the key reason for the talent attraction. However, from the perspective of changing trends, unlike the continuous increase in the average salary of the whole industry, the recruitment salary in the blockchain sector has fluctuated around 16,000 yuan per month for the past two years.

Zhilian recruitment big data shows that the number of TOP10 positions in the blockchain recruitment, the average job hiring of hot job software engineers is 16,008 yuan / month; the average salary of sales representatives is 10094 yuan / month; the average salary of senior software engineers is 23,606 yuan / month. Among them, the average salary of partners is the highest, at 75,975 yuan / month, ranking first in the salary. In addition, other high-paying positions are mostly senior professional and technical posts. It is worth noting that general positions such as sales posts have also begun to become highly paid jobs in the industry.

 
O7
Stock talents are mainly distributed in the Internet / e-commerce industry
Responding to the underlying technical logic of the blockchain
In addition to the above analysis of the supply and demand side of the blockchain talents, we also conduct a special analysis of the blockchain stock talents (ie those with knowledge, skills or experience in the blockchain), trying to portray the blockchain practitioners. Actual portrait. Zhaolian's recruitment of big data shows that the source of blockchain stocks is mainly concentrated in the Internet/e-commerce industry accounting for 40.19%, followed by the computer software industry accounting for 16.36%, and the fund/securities/futures/investment industry accounting for 11.10%. The Internet and computer software industry echoes the underlying technical logic of the blockchain and has become a major source of talent. The talent stock of the fund/securities/futures/investment industry benefited from the outbreak of the financial sector in the early days of the blockchain industry, providing more experienced talents for the blockchain.

Among them, the current positions of the blockchain stocks are the software engineers, Internet product managers/supervisors, WEB front-end development, and Java development engineers, accounting for 6.04%, 4.64%, 3.47%, and 3.16 respectively. %, these positions belong to the Internet / e-commerce and computer software industries.

O8

Blockchain stock talents are mainly concentrated in first-tier cities
North, deep, and upper, the proportion of stock talents ranks in the top three
The first-tier cities blockchain stocks accounted for 61.96%, followed by the new first-tier cities accounted for 26.01%. Among them, Beijing, Shenzhen, Shanghai and other cities accounted for a large proportion of stocks: 28.88%, 15.93%, 12.19%

 
O9
Blockchain stock talents, experience is generally high
Higher than the blockchain requirements talent qualification requirements
The undergraduate degree of the stock of talents accounted for the majority, accounting for 56.18%, the master's degree or above accounted for 18.57%, followed by the college degree accounted for 22.22%.

Among the blockchain stock talents, 51.7 years of work experience reached 31.77%, more than 10 years of work experience accounted for 23.89%, followed by 3-5 years of work experience accounted for 26.15%, 1-3 years 16.79%, 1 The year below accounted for 1.40%. It can be seen that the talents in the stock market are relatively experienced, and their corresponding job choices should be more precise and prudent.

Facing the blockchain talent gap, it is the basic idea to derive the source of talent based on the graduates of the stock talents. From the perspective of the distribution of graduate schools of the stock talents, they are generally concentrated in the domestic first-class institutions, including Renmin University of China, Beijing. The University and Beijing Mail University are at the forefront.
Blockchain Talents Graduate School Top 20
Ranking
graduated school
Ranking
graduated school
1
Renmin University of China
11
Jilin University
2
Beijing University
12
Beijing Jiaotong University
3
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
13
Xidian University of Electronic Technology
4
Shenzhen University
14
Wuhan University
5
Beijing Aerospace University
15
Zhongshan University
6
Beijing Institute of Technology
16
Huazhong University of Science and Technology
7
University of Electronic Science and Technology
17
Foreign Economic and Trade University
8
Sichuan University
18
Zhejiang University
9
Zhengzhou University
19
Nankai University
10
Shanghai Jiaotong University
20
Fudan University
From the professional background of stock talents, mainly computer science and technology, software engineering, and finance, which are also related to the underlying technology of blockchain and current application scenarios.
Block 20 talents majors Top 20
Ranking
profession
Ranking
profession
1
computer science and Technology
11
Electronic information engineering
2
Software engineering
12
English language
3
Business management
13
Computer Application Technology
4
finance
14
Information management and information system
5
Computer Science and Technology (Application Technology)
15
Communication engineering
6
Art Design
16
international economy and trading
7
computer software
17
Mechanical design and manufacturing and automation
8
Electronic Information Science and Technology
18
E-commerce
9
marketing
19
human resource Management
10
Accounting
20
economics