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Huawei offers 7-figure salaries for top talents

(People's Daily Online)    16:12, July 24, 2019

Huawei once again aroused sensation in China. But this time, it was not its cutting-edge smart phones, but an annual salary plan that the company has offered to eight top talents that graduated this year.

A screenshot of a mail sent from Huawei’s president office was circulated on Chinese social media platforms recently and soon triggered heated discussion.

The screenshot shows that Huawei plans to recruit 20 to 30 young talents from the world this year, and declares that it is giving astronomical annual salaries to eight top talents ranging from 896,000 yuan ($130,000) to 2.01 million Yuan.

It is reported that the top-salary earner among the eight graduates – Zhong Zhao, is a master and Ph.D from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. His major was pattern recognition and intelligence systems.

According to Liu Chenglin, instructor of Zhong and deputy director of the Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences, it’s normal to see these students getting high salaries as artificial intelligence is a hot field in recent years that sees higher demand for quality talents.

However, he is still amazed by what Huawei has offered, saying that it was rare to see fresh graduates gaining annual salary exceeding 1 million yuan.

Some people commented that Huawei’s practice reflected the true value of knowledge and talents, and the offer means both encouragement and pressure as the eight graduates still have to work hard to show their value.

It is hoped that other leading enterprises can join Huawei to offer high salaries so as to stimulate the passion of the students for research and development and enhance the comprehensive competitiveness of China.

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