Chengdu is to Cultivate 10,000 Big Data Talents by 2022

IDCNOVA news:Early this year in 2019,Chengdu,capital of southwest China’s Sichuan Province issued a work program on big data development,clearly stating the core target of building up a“big data hub in west China”,cultivate 3 to 5 big data industrial clusters by 2020,incubate more than 1 big data unicorn and more than 5 big data enterprises with revenue over 1 billion yuan,exceed 80 billion yuan on big data industry volume.

The programs emphasizes talents cultivation greatly.It proposes to introduce 10 top big data talents,assess and grant 100 big data leading talents,cultivate 1,000 higher and medium level big data professional talents.It plans to cultivate 6,000 various big data talents by 2020,which could converge more than 60,000 big data professionals,by the end of 2022,it plans to cultivate 10,000 various big data talents which could converge more than 100,000 big data professionals.

Besides favorable policies and regulations,Chengdu issues various incentive measurements to appeal big data talents home and abroad in terms of subsidiary ranging from hundreds of thousands to hundreds of millions of yuan,allowance and other supporting reimbursements.In a word,Chengdu is devoting and dedicated to build up itself into a advanced big data talent hub.Thus Chengdu is unwaveringly forging and developing its digital economy of unmanned driving,AI and so on.

Chengdu also decides to take big data talent cultivation into its overall talent cultivation system together with the implementation capability as well as process monitoring,dynamic assessment and review and real-time modulation and adjustment.

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