It has been confirmed that “artificial intelligence (AI) takes away people’s jobs” is not yet true. AI-related jobs around the world have increased by 60% over the past two years, and thanks to AI, job seekers’ “scope of activity” has expanded much.
Deel, a global HR service company, released an analysis report on the 16th. According to the company’s data lab DealLab, jobs related to AI, software engineering and data science that pay through deals grew by 60% over the past two years since September 2021. During the same period, the number of companies that hired new employees in the field also increased by a similar 59%. By country, Canada, India, Spain, Germany, and the United Kingdom were followed.
Changes in recruitment trends over the past year are also noticeable. Since ChatGPT was released, it has become a common phenomenon to hire AI-related personnel in other countries. The biggest beneficiary is India. In India, India’s workforce was the most employed in the global market by AI engineers, AI learning experts, and AI visual processing experts.
US companies have sought AI talent from Brazil, Canada, and Argentina, while British and Canadian companies have increased their hiring of US AI personnel. Reflecting this, AI jobs have tended to increase in most large cities, including Toronto (7%), Bangalore (3%), London (3%), Lahore, Berlin, and Buenos Aires (2%).
Germany (52%), the United States (44%), and the United Kingdom (41%) showed the highest increase in new employment in the AI field. It is also interesting that the AI sector has benefited the most from the growth of the average salary of the job in Latin America.
Deal is an HR platform specialized in global employment and data-based personnel management used by 18,000 companies around the world, including Nike, Shopify, and Revolut. It provides all the solutions necessary for hiring overseas, from employees’ immigration to compliance with corporate laws, training, employment agency, and immigration support to more than 30 countries. Last year alone, the company paid more than 4 billion dollars on behalf of the company.