Carmakers Are Learning Japan’s Tech Talent Doesn’t Come Cheap

@tachyeonz : Headhunter Casey Abel spent four months trying to hire a data-center architect for a Japanese automaker, including five meetings with the client — one with the top executive. In the end, the IT specialist joined an e-commerce company abroad for significantly more money.


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Published On:December 30, 2016 at 06:40PM

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