The Indian Job Market in the Year 2013

India, Latin America and China are at present considered as the highest growing geographies. Hence, no worldwide organization or business can manage to put their hiring and expansion tasks in these countries on the back ring. In 2013, it was reported that the job market will once again flourish with enormous opportunities in all the popular domains of Information Technology, e-commerce, Pharmacy, healthcare, telecom and retail.  After a long interaction with the grand worldwide corporates, it has been cleared that the Indian job market will witness huge growth.

India job market

Although, the international corporations do feel that the country is facing a shortage of qualified workforce and talented technicians in the developed market. But internationally, the Information Technology sector is interested in hiring well trained workforce from all parts of the world. Many advanced technologies such as Cloud, Social, big data, mobile and analytic’s are generating enormous work opportunities in India. The telecom industry which has witnessed a slowdown from the last one or two years, is now expected to offer at a lot jobs for the talented fresher’s by the end of the year, 2013.  Majority of big pharmacy companies and organizations are about to expand their R&D abilities in India.

The country is tremendously growing at the best development rate possible. Not much other countries are extending their growth at such a rate! Majority of highly advanced countries are developing at low and single digit range. The country shall witness a huge boost in the job sector as more and more popular companies will offer recruitment to the tier 2 cities. Hence, the citizens of remote areas will also get good opportunities to work with a number of reputed companies in India. In 2013, the Career-Builder is one of the biggest online recruitment websites that offers a range of full time as well as part time jobs in India and in overseas, as well. It has recently surveyed about the employing outlook for the year 2013 in the 10 biggest global economies and found that Brazil as well as India were the most assertive to add jobs for the skilled workforce. The job opportunities in the BRIC nations i.e. (Brazil, India, China and Russia) is estimated to be considerably higher.

Indian Job market

The Workforce employment solutions organization manpower’s the recruitment outlook survey for our nation for the month of April to June has reported that the Indian companies were carefully positive about their employing programs for the subsequent 3 months. So, now the employment seekers must get ready to face the rigorous recruitment selection process. Although the year, 2013 has witnessed a lot of uncertainty and down turn in political as well as economic environment, still the Indian recruiters had an optimistic view in all the employment related surveys. So, better job opportunities will be once again available in India by the end of 2013 as majority of international corporations are most probably going to expand their activities. So, the job seekers calm down, as the Indian employment market will definitely improve for the skilled and abled workforce, this year.

Comments

  1. says

    Well it’s good to know that there jobs in the IT business are flourishing.

  2. says

    Career builder is indeed a great service for students seeking jobs ..Its a must use service for every graduate/post graduate seeking a job.

    Regards,
    Pramod

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