January’s Top 10 Hottest Jobs In Hong Kong
New year, new you, new… jobs in Hong Kong?
The first month of the year is full of new perspectives. January really is the best time to start something new…So what are you waiting for? Here are January’s top 10 hottest jobs in Hong Kong.
In telemarketing, you will be selling products and services of the company you work for by calling clients. You will also be working on market research. Throughout your team of sales executives, you will have specific targets and strategies set by your supervisor.
2.Data Entry Clerk
A data entry clerk is responsible for compiling and entering data, reviewing data for faults, entering customer and account data, and more. Put simply, a data entry clerk maintains the customer and account database.
When you’re an accounting clerk, your day is spent by updating financial records, preparing reports and assembling bank statements. With your aptitude for numbers and your attention to detail, you are responsible for accounting in a timely manner.
4.Key Account Manager
A Key Account Manager oversees the relationship of the company with its most important clients. You will spend your time understanding your client’s requirements and in result maintain long term customers.
5. Interior Designer
As an interior designer, you get to design concepts, projects and then execute them. You are the one who defines the project requirements on the ‘Brief’ and set project fees according to budget. You research on materials and decide on the products sourcing – also while supervising the whole process.
You will be taking care of all the administrative and organizational tasks that make the company function. These include managing databases, taking calls, preparing reports, prioritizing workloads and more…
As a business consultant, you get to organize and execute assigned projects on behalf of your clients. You collect information from your clients and their businesses through interviews, surveys, etc. In other words, you are the one making recommendations for improvement.
8.Social Media Manager
As self-explanatory as “Social Media Manager” is… When you have this job, you take care of a business’s social media from A-Z. This includes developing brand awareness, social media reputation, managing content, SEO and more.
A logistics coordinator monitors supply chain operations, ensures communications and assets are used effectively, and uses logistics IT to organize shipping and transport procedures.
As a financial accountant, you will need to prepare monthly statements by collecting data, respond to financial inquiries, participate in professional organizations, and more.