Behind the most popular people grabbing war is the

2022-08-08
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Behind the "people grabbing war" is the rising "second tier cities"

the 21st century is a war of science and technology, but also a war of talents. In order to compete for talents, enterprises and governments have launched a number of measures to actively reserve talents, especially in second tier cities

"what is the most important thing in the 21st century? Talent!" The Zhengzhou talent policy press conference held on November 23 revealed that full-time doctoral students, master's students under the age of 35, undergraduate graduates and preparatory technicians (technicians) of technical colleges who are newly introduced and have the same status as alloying and heat treatment (see metal strengthening) will be given living allowances of 1500 yuan, 1000 yuan and 500 yuan per person per month for three years. Eligible doctoral, master's and undergraduate graduates of "double first-class" construction universities will receive house purchase subsidies of 100000 yuan, 50000 yuan and 20000 yuan respectively

Zhengzhou is another new city to join the "people grabbing war" after Wuhan, Hangzhou, Xi'an, Changsha, Chengdu and other second tier cities issued the "people grabbing" policy since the first half of this year. From "giving hukou", "giving money" to "giving house", we can see the talent seeking heart of all cities

with the industrial upgrading and the iteration of development mode, the talent bonus is becoming more and more important for cities to obtain sufficient development guarantee. In this context, second tier cities, which used to be relatively "talent depressions", really need more sense of urgency in "gathering talents". And so many second tier cities have joined the "people grabbing war", which is also an important symbol of the rise of second tier cities

talent attraction is an important indicator to judge the development level and potential of a city. In recent years, many second tier cities have counter attacked in attracting talents. The 2017 recruitment report released by a recruitment station shows that Hangzhou, Shenzhen and Chengdu are among the top three cities in the country in terms of net talent inflow, which has changed the previous monopoly pattern of first tier cities. Although the net inflow of population in first tier cities is still at a high level, it is an indisputable fact that the overall attractiveness of second tier cities has increased. The collective surge in housing prices in some second tier cities in the past two years is a direct signal

from the perspective of urban economic strength, as of 2016, in addition to the four first tier cities in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, eight second tier cities have entered the trillion GDP sequence, and their growth rate and staying power are generally higher than those of the four first tier cities. In the first half of this year, Chongqing's GDP growth has exceeded that of Beijing and Shanghai

in order to continuously narrow the gap with the world's advanced level, the development of industries and companies can also explain that a number of second tier cities are experiencing butterfly changes. In the context of technological change, the technology and information industries have broken the pattern of traditional industries radiating from central cities to other sub central cities. Some second tier cities not only undertake industrial transfer, but also become the initiators of technology application and industrial development

in Hangzhou, the new economy represented by e-commerce economy can add the length of the two cracks to incubate, and the payment application and purchase mode "start" from here to benefit the whole country; In Chengdu, the game industry has become an important highlight of the new economy; In Guiyang, the big data industry is booming... Chengdu, Suzhou, Nanjing, Wuhan and Xi'an are also "fast-growing" cities in the process of digital transformation. In terms of large companies, taking the number of A-share listed companies as an example to avoid gross cases from your test results, Hangzhou and Suzhou have surpassed Guangzhou, second only to Beijing, Shenzhen and Shanghai

in terms of the cultivation of city image, many cities have also made frequent appearances in recent years: Hangzhou successfully hosted the 2016 G20 summit, and the 2017 BRICs summit was held in Xiamen. These have become international exhibition windows for relevant cities, and also reflect the improvement of these cities' strategic position in opening up

of course, talking about the rise of second tier cities is still a relative concept. "Unbalanced and insufficient development" is still the weakness of many cities, and it is also the weakness that must be overcome to continue to develop. However, from the perspective of the momentum of the "people grabbing war", it is reasonable to have more expectations and hopes for the rise of second tier cities. In the future, they will not only refresh the overall height of Chinese cities, but also represent the new vitality center of China's economy

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