There has been little improvement in the recruitment rate in the country. This rose to 10 percent in April, up from 35 percent in May. However, according to data from LinkedIn, a professional contact forum, professionals are more affected by the second epidemic of Kovid-19 due to economic uncertainty. The recruitment rate in India on LinkedIn has dropped from 50 percent in March this year to 10 percent in April 2021. However, by easing the restrictions imposed at the local level, there has been little improvement in May and is up 35 per cent.
However, working women and young professionals are still greatly affected by the economic turmoil. According to LinkedIn, “Working women have four times less confidence than working men. At the same time, the average time it takes for new graduates to find employment is 2 to 3 months.
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Some of the major industries are actively recruiting on LinkedIn, such as finance, corporate services, manufacturing, healthcare and hardware and networking. On the other hand, recruiting-less industries include consumer goods, media and communications, automotive, marketing and advertising industries.
According to LinkedIn data, by 2020 amid the epidemic, there was a high demand for appointments in the fields of specialized engineering, artificial intelligence, cyber security and data science. Almost a year later, demand in the IT sector continues to rise. Application developers, software engineers and SAP (Systems Application and Products) specialists are in high demand.
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