According to TeamLease’s second quarter Employment Outlook report, the new hiring will be on entry level or junior roles.
There is good news for the youth who are wandering in search of jobs in the country. They will not have to wander for jobs in the coming months. In fact, the number of people in the country in the first quarter Recruitment More people will be recruited in the second quarter than that. This information has been given in the report of TeamLease. According to the report, the intention to hire new people or the percentage of new employees has increased to 61 percent for the July-September quarter. It was 54 percent in the April-June quarter. In such a situation, there can be a large scale hiring next month.
According to TeamLease’s second quarter Employment Outlook report, the new hiring will be on entry level or junior roles. Most of the recruitment is to be done here. However, the desire for new recruits for mid-level jobs has decreased significantly. At the same time, companies do not seem willing to make new recruitments for senior positions. According to the report, India’s GDP for the financial year 2021-22 grew by 8.7 percent last year. The GDP growth and PLI (Production Linked Incentive) scheme are going to generate massive employment in the coming quarter.
In which sectors will new jobs come?
It has been said in the report that the Government of India has given an incentive package of Rs 2.65 lakh crore to deal with the situation after Kovid. Its purpose is to create new jobs in sectors like tourism, aviation, construction and housing. The government wants that now the number of people who were given employment in these sectors before the epidemic, should be given again and revenue should be obtained. However, most new jobs are going to be created in the IT sector, educational services, e-commerce and startups. New jobs will also come in healthcare, pharma and telecommunication.
In which cities will the hiring take place?
The report states that most of these jobs are going to be in metro cities. This includes Bangalore, Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad. New people will also be recruited in Pune, Ahmedabad, Kolkata. “Overall, rural locations and tier-3 cities do not have the same intention of hiring newcomers as in larger cities,” the report said. In such a situation, it also shows that opportunities to move forward in these geographies can take a long time. This survey was done in 14 cities and 23 sectors of the country, in which 865 small-medium sized companies were included.