Singapore added 18,933 jobs in the first six months of the year, more than any other city in the Asia-Pacific region


Apac city jobs H1 2018

Singapore was the top city in Asia-Pacific by jobs created in H1, 2018, adding 18,933 new roles in the first half of the year.

Hong Kong was in second place, creating 13,338 jobs.

Two Indian cities, Hyderabad and Pune, were neck and neck, adding 10,594 and 10,511 jobs respectively.

Shanghai, the biggest city in China, created 10,461 jobs in H1.

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