1. K12. The month on month growth rate of new jobs in online education decreased significantly in the second quarter
Since the first half of 2021, the state has successively promulgated a series of regulatory policies for the education and training industry, which have a direct impact on K12 and online education in the field of education and training. The new positions in the two fields fluctuated greatly in the second quarter, both year-on-year and month on month.
K12 new positions increased by 23.89% year-on-year in the first quarter and decreased by 12.52% year-on-year in the second quarter; New jobs in online education increased by 91.54% year-on-year in the first quarter and only 10.34% year-on-year in the second quarter. On a month on month basis, the number of new jobs in the second quarter of K12 decreased by 39.89% compared with the first quarter; Online education decreased by 13.50% over the first quarter.
2. In the second quarter, the number of people delivering K12 decreased by 26.81% year-on-year, and the number of online education decreased by 7.77%
From the changes in the number of people delivering K12 and online education, K12 increased by 25.59% year-on-year in the first quarter and decreased by 26.81% year-on-year in the second quarter. The number of online education delivery increased by 66.89% year-on-year in the first quarter and decreased by 7.77% year-on-year in the second quarter. Due to the state’s increased supervision of the whole education and training industry, K12 has shrunk compared with the supply and demand of online education. Enterprises have slowed down their development and entered the stage of self-adjustment. Some even seek self-protection through salary cuts and layoffs. Therefore, some job seekers flee this field and seek better development.
3. In the first half of the year, nearly 20% of K12 and online education talents updated their resumes, and the Internet became their preferred industry for delivery
In the first half of 2021, 17.50% and 15.92% of talents in K12 and online education respectively updated their resumes. The top 15 industries for job seekers in these two fields are the same, but the ranking is different. The first is the Internet / mobile Internet / e-commerce industry, and the proportion of K12 job seekers in this industry is 17.62%; Online education job seekers accounted for 16.30%. The second and third industries in K12 talent delivery are education / training / academic / scientific research / institutions and computer software, accounting for 8.50% and 5.56%; Computer software, education / training / academic / scientific research / institutions ranked second and third in the proportion of online education talent delivery, accounting for 6.68% and 5.77%.