New Job Trends in India

On the world podium today, India has earned a face of a new global player as thousands of national and multinational companies use the country as a facilitator for expansion into the global economy. Companies with business presence in varied parcels are creating vast number of job opportunities, hence a potential job seeker of today if considers a career in India can be rest assure that he is on the right path.

Below list of major foreign enterprises that have adequate presence in India solidifies ones trust in India’s market furthermore:

Vodafone, Pepsi, Coca Cola, IBM, Accenture, Skoda Motors, ABN Ambro Bank, Samsung, LG, Ford Motors, British Petroleum, British Telecom, Deloitte, Oracle, Adobe, General Electricals, Lufthansa, British Airways, Google, GlaxoSmithKline, Ernst &Young Facebook and many more.

All these companies are trusting India’s strong talent base to lead their businesses.

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 Current and Emerging Job Trends – 2015:

 In India, both nationals and Global MNCs are hiring  rapidly to meet their increasing demands, they also offer tons of benefits and perks to ensure that their employee leads a satisfying personal life.

In 2015, many sectors such as IT, Medical, Healthcare, Non-machinery, Manufacturing, Education, etc are all set to provide jobs to eligible job seekers. Small and medium organizations will also be offering various jobs. Healthcare is expected to provide highest number of jobs this year.

 

Growing sectors in 2015:

Besides Public, Nonprofit sector will offer lucrative jobs in 2015, especially those with MSW degree can eye great opportunities.   

Retails sector will also grow as the Government relaxes entry restriction of foreign players.

STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) sector will also blossom with jobs in 2015.

This strong growth that India is enjoying, prospective job seekers from almost all major sectors can look forward to get huge opportunities this year.

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