Big data human resource shortage in South Korea 2017, by job title

This statistic depicts the labor shortage rate of the big data industry in South Korea in 2017, by profession. In 2017, the shortage rate of big data analysts in South Korea stood at 53.9 percent, followed by that of developers with 44.7 percent.

Labor shortage rate of the big data industry in South Korea in 2017, by profession

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Source

Release date

September 2018

Region

South Korea

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

In order to calculate the labor shortage rate, the following formula was applied:
Labor shortage rate = (Labor force in demand) / [(Current labor force) + (Labor force in demand)]

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