Staffing industry market continues to grow in Thailand
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    Staffing Industry Trends in Thailand

    Staffing Industry Trends in Thailand

    Thailand's staffing market is rather small, it can’t be compared to the leading markets such as the US, Japan or Europe. Staffing services market penetration in Thailand is also significantly lower. However, it continues to grow despite the pandemic. In this article, we will define key trends which drive the staffing industry in Thailand forward today.

    • Supply-demand imbalance

    Population aging is the most significant modern global trend for the labor market. Due to declining birth rates and increasing life expectancy working-age population is steadily decreasing. Even today it is evident that demand for talent significantly exceeds supply. As a result, the modern labor market is ruled by the candidates. Over time it will become harder and more expensive for companies to acquire talent on their own.

    • Skills gap

    As employers’ demands for skills increase, labor market can’t keep up. Education system is not flexible enough to transform to the demands of modern technology and business needs. Skill gap is a mismatch between skills that employee possesses and those needed to fulfill objectives of the business. With skill gap growing larger by the year, it becomes harder to acquire the right talent for the business.

    • Flexible employment

    Employers have always sought to employ specialists permanently. However, over the last few years, this standard has changed drastically. We now see a rise in flexible employment: employers prefer to hire specialists temporarily (for a project or a task), employees also prefer flexible employment. This new trend changes the traditional idea of employment, makes working experience more fluid.

    • Digital transformation

    Covid-19 has spiked the implementation of digital technologies in staffing. However, technology is not viewed as a replacement for recruiters, but as a helpful tool. Recruitment process is based on human interaction and involves not just expert knowledge but excellent soft skills from the recruiter – something that technology can’t replace. Instead, recruitment technology is used in data analysis and primary selection of candidates. The final decision, however, is still on the recruiters.


    Thailand's staffing market although small shows great potential: global demographic trends eventually drive more companies to rely on external providers to support their recruitment needs. Rapid digital technology development in Thailand complements the growth of the staffing market. We recognize the potential of the country and expect steady market growth over the years.


     Alexey Mironov, Chief Operating Officer

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