Thailand and Executive Search Firms
The Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants has 5 member executive search firms operating in Thailand. AESC members in Thailand specialize in executive recruiting across a diverse group of industrial sectors, with a particular focus on senior management roles and regional leaders. AESC member executive search firms in Thailand include the following international leaders in executive search:
Senior Executive Job Opportunities in Thailand
All AESC member executive search firms in Thailand have access to BlueSteps, a career management service for senior executives used to source candidates for senior executive positions in Thailand. Placements are made on all levels, from Director to CEO jobs. So why is the executive recruitment market growing in Thailand and why are Executive Search Firms there seeking executive talent?
Thailand is a newly industrialized country. Its economy is heavily export-dependent, with exports accounting for more than two-thirds of its gross domestic product (GDP). In 2012, according to the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Board, Thailand had a GDP of 11.375 trillion baht (US$366 billion). The Thai economy grew by 6.5 percent, with a headline inflation rate of 3.02 percent and an account surplus of 0.7 percent of the country's GDP.
The industrial and service sectors are the main sectors in the Thai gross domestic product, with the former accounting for 39.2 percent of GDP. Thailand's agricultural sector produces 8.4 percent of GDP—lower than the trade and logistics and communication sectors, which account for 13.4 percent and 9.8 percent of GDP respectively. The construction and mining sector adds 4.3 percent to the country’s gross domestic product. Other service sectors (including the financial, education and hotel and restaurant sectors) account for 24.9 percent of the country's GDP. Telecommunications and trade in services are emerging as centers of industrial expansion and economic competitiveness.
Thailand is the second-largest economy in Southeast Asia, after Indonesia. The nation is recognized by the World Bank as "one of the great development success stories" in social and development indicators.
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