JobsDB Thailand Joins The Network

JobsDB Thailand Joins The Network

Couple of weeks ago we announced jobsDB as the newest member of the
Network, joining our alliance with the leading job board in Hong Kong.

Today, we are excited to welcome jobsDB Thailand to the Network and expand our coverage
to a new country.

As a reminder, jobsDB is a leading job portal with substantial presence
across Asia. It joins the Network as part of the Australian Stock
Exchange-listed SEEK Limited, whose portfolio businesses are already members of
our alliance, such as Jobstreet (South-East Asia), Jobberman (West Africa),
Manager Online (Brazil), OCC Mundial (Mexico) and Zhaopin (China).

Thousands of employers use jobsDB Thailand’s services. Over 21,000 jobs
are posted monthly, and millions of job seekers visit their website every month.
Employers have an easy access to over 1.9 million registered candidates,
enabling them to efficiently reduce the cost and time of recruitment. The top
10 job functions of registered candidates on Thailand are: 1) Sales,
CS and Business Development; 2) Engineering; 3) Information Technology; 4)
Admin and HR; 5) Marketing and Public Relations; 6) Accounting; 7) Banking and
Finance; 8) Manufacturing; 9) Hospitality and Food and Beverage, and; 10)

As for the job market outlook, jobsDB Thailand had conducted a survey on the overview of ASEAN
labor markets in 2017
Covering Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand,
the report studies a comparison between Thai labor market and that of five
other ASEAN countries. Of all nations in the report, Thailand is the third in
terms of employment-growth forecast. Of all Thailand-based firms who responded
to jobsDB survey, 43 percent believe their businesses will be expanding and
plan to hire more employees in 2017. About 39 percent other employers,
meanwhile, think they will just refill existing positions or hire more when
necessary. In Thailand, demand for talented people remains solid in the face of
foreign investments in the country particularly in the consumer goods, services
and retailing industries.

In the end, the report by jobsDB reveals that 52 percent of job seekers
go online when looking for jobs. Online job searches have gained higher
popularity partly because of internet and smartphone boom.

Please join us in welcoming jobsDB Thailand to the Network.