According to a research, 12 percent more firms in India are looking to hire new employees in the second half of 2022 than in the first.
According to a research, 12 percent more firms in India are looking to hire recent graduates in the second half of 2022 than in the first.
"In India, attitudes on hiring freshmen for new job and entry-level positions are significantly improving.
The fact that more employers are willing to expand their freshers resource pool is evidence of this trend and shows that over the past few years,
the employability of the country's youth has changed in a way that is driven by values "said Shantanu Rooj
He claimed that a large part of this can be ascribed to the collaboration between business, academia, and industry,
which has been crucial in developing the correct programmes, including apprenticeship integrated degrees, to educate and upskill applicants.
"Between July and December 2022, more than 59% of firms in the nation plan to hire new employees, a 12% increase over the first half of this year.
Additionally, the sentiment about hiring freshmen has increased by 42% in just one year, and we anticipate that it will continue to rise quickly in the years to come "
The Career Outlook Report examines 865 organisations across 18 industries and 14 cities' intentions to hire new employees between July and December 2022.
Since investment in the sector has surged, the IT sector is anticipated to hire 100,000 new workers to keep up with demand.