Jobs in start-up companies most attractive for millenials

May 19, 2017 0How to Find a Job

Jobplanet regional director Kim Kinan (left) hands an award to Monica Oudang, the human resources director of Go-Jek Indonesia on Dec. 15 in Jakarta. Aside from Go-Jek, other start-up companies also received awards including Blibli, Sale Stock and MatahariMall. (JP/win)

Korean online job-seeking platform Jobplanet said on Thursday that millennials in Indonesia were becoming more interested in working for start-up companies, especially in the IT industry.

Jobplanet chief product officer Kemas Antonius said young people were willing to work for tech start-ups because they offered dynamic work environments, good career prospects, and attractive employee benefits and compensation.

“The IT industry is booming now because of mushrooming tech start-ups. Previously, when young people looked for jobs, they [targeted] established private or state-owned companies,” he said in a discussion in Jakarta.

Jobplanet’s survey from November 2015 to October 2016 of 470,000 employees across the country revealed that mobile commerce start-up Sale Stock topped the list of best companies….

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