The China Central Bank has increased chances for specialists interested in participating in its January pilot program, demonstrating its commitment to the country's digital Yuan (e-CNY). It has advertised 136 job openings for professionals to help the government implement its aim for a Central Bank Digital Currency.
The years of experience required for all candidates for undergraduate or master's degree employment ranges from 3 to 10 years; however, full-time and part-time opportunities are available. This will ensure that only specialists with the skills and expertise specified in the job description are hired.
Although several additional Chinese cities, such as Tianjin, Guangzhou, and Yiwu, have shown interest in participating in the current phase of the pilot plan, only those wanting to work in Beijing, Shenzhen, or Suzhou are eligible to apply.
Because of the high demand for blockchain crypto asset management expertise, the Bank set the minimum compensation for non-executive jobs at RMD25, 000 ($3,952) to RMD60,000 ($9,487) each month. According to industry standards, the monthly remuneration for an executive job ranges from RMD30, 000 ($4,743) to RMD100,000 ($15,811).