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Report on China’s Regional Talent Competitiveness No.1

Wednesday,Feb 05, 2014

02/05/2014

 

Talent competitiveness is the core factor for a country, region, industry, enterprises and various social organizations to participate in all kinds of competitions. It is an undeniable common sense for the national politicians, local leaders, business leaders, and experts when they talk about national and local level competitiveness.

Report on China’s Regional Talent Competitiveness is a comprehensive research on regional talent competitiveness. This report expounds the theory about the regional talent competitiveness evaluation, establishes the China regional talent competitiveness evaluation methods (Including the construction of evaluation system and evaluation models). By using competitiveness evaluation, clustering analysis and rank methods, it analyze China’s four regions, eight comprehensive economic zones, 31 provinces and 32 sub-provincial cities and Capital cities, and provides the talent competitiveness status for 31 provinces separately. Meanwhile, this study puts forward eight talent development strategies for four china regions through evaluation, analysis, review and rank the regional talent competitiveness. Therefore, this report contains authoritative, accurate, comprehensive and detailed information on regional talent competitiveness, which is the most comprehensive third -party study so far in china.

The Report provides valuable competitiveness evaluation index system, the standard system , 2010-2011 annual evaluation reports and talent competitiveness database (which include    3 level index data, first-class index data: 2060, second class index data:8712 and third class index data: 34828) for our personnel workers and researchers. These results and data provide a detailed reference for talent researchers and the personnel workers.

It has strong practical guiding effect. It provides central and local government leaders and practitioners with talent competitiveness absolute advantage indicators, the relative advantages of index data, relatively weak indicators data, as well as the detailed information that hinder of local talent development. To keep competitive advantage, form a new competitive advantage and improve competitive weakness, this report offers local talent development workers with practical guidance.

 

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