Have you ever needed to find out which country Australian companies are most likely to hire from (It’s the Philippines, by the way)? Or how about the average monthly salary of an Indian engineering, product, and data worker (that would be $1,979)?
When assembling a global team, HR leaders must keep up with the latest comings and goings everywhere they plan on hiring. Carrying out that work alone is frankly time-consuming, sanity-draining, and above all— tedious. Trust us; we’ve heard all about the trials and tribulations of companies all-in on global hiring before becoming overwhelmed by the options on offer. And that’s exactly why we’ve decided to disrupt things.
We’re thrilled to introduce our new talent trends page, a centralized source of international hiring insights assembled from data on contracts generated via the Multiplier platform between 2020 and 2023—so you can get the answers just as fast as we can (Malaysian workers are most commonly found via Indeed, before you ask).
Now that’s out of the way, let’s take a closer look at what you can expect!
Get your talent trends here
Our ambition with our talent trends page is to give you an instant understanding of global hiring trends and insights. And we do mean instant.
Browse the hottest countries
All you have to do is select the country where your company is based, and you’ll see a chart breaking down the most popular territories other businesses in your location are hiring from.
For instance, select the UK, and you’ll find a list of countries, including the Philippines, India, the USA, Spain, and the UK itself. Nice one, UK!
How much is too much?
From there, you can dive into the countries you’re most interested in sourcing talent from. Each has a breakdown of salary trends for different job functions and a list of the places businesses hire from most—like LinkedIn, job boards, or referrals.
For example, a UK company interested in hiring from the Philippines can discover that the monthly median salary for management hires is $1,011, with candidates most often found through LinkedIn, Jobstreet, and Kalibrr.
Do your own research
Aside from information directly relevant to your business, with our talent trends page, you can quickly explore how hiring is evolving across the globe. Delve into different countries and uncover the most sought-after and in-demand disciplines.
The median salaries for jobs in IT, infrastructure, management, recruiting, business, accounting, engineering, product, and data are all included to inform your research further. Good, right?
Stay ahead of the competition
“When it comes to global employment, we often hear from people that they don’t know where to start or what to do,” says Multiplier’s President, Field Operations, Amritpal Singh. “With talent trends, we’re making it easier for anyone to start their international hiring journey.”
Ready to explore opportunities and stay ahead of the curve with global hiring insights? Visit our talent trends page today!
Get the international hiring lowdown
As a platform dedicated to making international employment easy and risk-free, we know one or two things about global hiring. So, if you’re still hungry for more information, the perfect complement to our talent trends starter is our full-blown talent wiki main course. There, you can research local markets and explore economic, employment, salary, and tax information from a long list of countries.
At Multiplier, we’re empowering businesses with a comprehensive platform to take care of your global teams’ payroll, taxes, social contributions, and local insurance policies all in one place. Ready to put your research into practice and get started hiring top global talent? Talk to our experts to find out more.