Leading Chinese e-commerce company JD.com announced Monday that it will seek to recruit more than 20,000 college graduates across the country in 2022. Among them, JD Logistics will take in over 10,000 graduates to reserve and train as first-line management talent. In the past three years, JD.com has opened a total of 358 posts, providing nearly 40,000 individual employment opportunities, and the trend is increasing year by year.
Among JD.com‘s campus recruitment posts, it is reported that technical positions such as software development engineers, test development engineers, industry solution and architecture engineers account for more than half. Among these, cutting-edge technical posts such as multimodal identification, distributed computing and quantum computing are now open to fresh graduates for the first time.
JD.com revealed that while continuously increasing the scale of its campus recruitment efforts, it also continues to increase incentives for talent through salary increase measures. JD.com announced in mid-2021 that it would gradually increase the average annual salary of its employees from 14 months to 16 months.
In addition, it has also launched a series of welfare initiatives including housing and “employee relief.” Recently, JD Logistics also announced that it would invest nearly 400 million yuan ($63.05 million) this year to increase welfare subsidies for employees who are on the front line during the Spring Festival.
On November 18, 2021, JD.com, Inc. released its Q3 performance for 2021, showing that net income in the period was 218.7 billion yuan ($34.47 billion), a year-on-year increase of 25.5%. Within this, net service income was 32.7 billion yuan ($5.15 billion), a year-on-year increase of 43.3%.
The firm’s operating profit was 2.6 billion yuan (about $400 million), with an operating profit margin of 1.2%. As of September 30, 2021, JD.com had 552 million active purchasing users in the past 12 months, a net increase of 110 million over the same period last year.