India JobsThe economic recession had created a big commotion in all the sectors, due to which a lot of industries shut down, ramped down and a lot people lost their jobs as well. Although India was not affected as much as the bigger countries, it did feel a slight pinch of the economic phenomenon. The companies in India that had connections with the companies in the affected countries, also had to give their employees the pink slip. However, the insight of various Indian economists and leaders helped India to slowly come through this crisis situation. This helped the job market show an upward trend in the area of job opportunities.
As per reports, India is been slated as one of the front runners for the number of job opportunities available. The positions almost in all the sectors are filling up at a fast pace, keeping the hiring teams in all the companies busy. The world has seen that India has got the best skilled manpower resources. A number of jobs that have been outsourced to India, majorly to cities like, Gurgaon, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad etc. These cities are known as the IT hubs of the country. The IT and the IT-ES industry produce a major chunk of the job openings in India. Along with the job openings in the nationalized banks, various international banks have entered into the market, opening more opportunities in the financial and banking sector.
Apart from the outsourcing sectors like BPO's (Business Process Outsourcing) and KPO's (Knowledge Process Outsourcing), India has now entered into outsourcing various other skills like LPO's (Legal Process Outsourcing), wherein professional lawyers are writing cases and contending cases in another country. There are a number of sectors like, insurance sector, IT sector (Software and Hardware), pharmaceutical sector, etc., which are producing a large number of job openings in India. Along with the private sector, the government sector is also creating a lot of jobs in India.
The technical job sector deals with engineering, both, mechanical and technical. This includes, automobile, construction, aeronautical areas. There are various non technical job opportunities like security, staff management and other areas. India has a large number of young, qualified and skilled professionals and the quality of these resources keeps job opportunities flowing continuously in India.