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|Indicus Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey - Wave 1 - 2011|
|Indicus Ma Foi Randstad|
|Thursday, 31 March 2011 08:31|
The year 2010 saw major economies registering modest growth and India on a balanced growth path. India story gained primacy at the beginning of 2010, with the changing market scenarios across the world.
Indicus Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey - Wave 1 - 2011
The organized sector in India is set to create about 1.6 million new jobs in the year 2011, reveals the latest results of Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey (MEtS), the largest study on the Indian employment trends and opportunities.
In early 2010, MEtS predicted creation of 1 million jobs for the year. And 1,131,643 jobs were created during the year, with Healthcare (254,655), Hospitality (160,300) and Real Estate (129,312) sectors leading the pack.
The three metros - Mumbai, Delhi & NCR and Chennai took the top three places generating a total of 255,797 jobs.
In 2011, Healthcare sector will continue to top the table and is expected to generate 248,500 new Jobs. In addition to top performers like Hospitality (218,200), Real Estate (144,700) and Media & Entertainment (126,100), Manufacturing - Non-Machinery Products sector is expected to perform well, creating 223,400 new jobs.
Mumbai, Delhi NCR & Chennai will retain their top slots generating a total of 273,634 jobs among them.
Commenting on the results of the survey, E. Balaji, MD & CEO, Ma Foi Randstad said, “We are happy to see that 1million plus jobs will be created in the organised sector for the second consecutive year.
“The changing market scenario across the globe and the growing significance of emerging markets like India and China has led to many global corporates including these countries, in their growth and workforce strategies. This will have a positive impact and increase our growth momentum.”
He further said: “While there is positivity in the air, we as market leader also envisage an urgent demand to address, the biggest challenge of “Employability” that is threatening the growth. I do hope that steps will be taken in the right direction by both the government and the industry to address this issue quickly and effectively.”
Banking Financial Services & Insurance:
Total Employee Base: 907,960 New Jobs: 80,700
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