Research on Industrial Talent Effectiveness in Beijing Region—Enterprise-Level Data Based on Secondary and Tertiary Industries

Jianning Wu, Xiaofei Qu, Xuanhua Wang

Abstract


The paper measures talent performance by decomposing the enterprise income of the secondary and tertiary
industries, and comparing talent effectiveness in 17 areas with Principal Component Analysis, and reveals that
either within the secondary and tertiary industries, or in a comprehensive comparison of the two types of industry,
the talent effectiveness of the urban central areas with relatively high economy levels gives a better performance,
while well-educated talents perform better in suburbs (counties) than in the urban central areas. Under such kind
of circumstances, an urban and rural talent integration policy is being studied and analyzed by Beijing bureau
currently to contribute a more balanced distribution of talents. This essay could be referred to as the reference
resources or guidance for different level of bureaus.


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