Going against outsourcing will make America lose jobs, not create more, Nasscom president R Chandrashekar has said, reacting to newly sworn-in US President Donald Trump’s inauguration speech that hinted at reining in outsourcing of services. Speaking to News18, Chandrashekar pointed out that the US has a shortage in skills and Trump wants to create jobs. “The Indian IT industry helps the US on both fronts. So going against outsourcing will make US lose jobs

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Hiring managers and recruiters alike say they’ve seen more poorly written resumes cross their desks recently than ever before. Attract more interview offers and ensure your resume doesn’t eliminate you from consideration by following these seven key tips: 1. Don’t over-complicate things. A resume does not need color, intricate fonts, borders, icons or pictures; unless you are in the creative industry. All a resume truly needs is the four sections shown in the template below: Summary

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NEW DELHI: Increasing use of digitisation, automation and artificial intelligence in businesses and organisations will hit Indian employees the hardest in the world in the short term by cutting jobs. A survey by ManpowerGroup—The Skills Revolution—released recently at the World Economic Forum in Davos asked 18,000 employers in 43 countries across six industry sectors how they expected technology to impact their business in the next two years. For the question—Where will digitization increase or decrease

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New Delhi: India and China together account for the largest technically automatable employment potential— more than 700 million full-time equivalents between them—because of the sheer size of their labour forces. This is a key finding of McKinsey Global Institute’s (MGI) report titled A future that works: Automation, employment, and productivity. According to the report, the automation potential is concentrated in China, India, Japan, the US and the largest European Union nations. More than half the

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As per survey, Indian employees are expected to see an overall projected salary increase of 9% The New Year is expected to bring good news for job seekers with the country’s organised sector set to generate about 8.75 lakh new jobs, though the average salary hike is likely to be in single digit, say experts. The hiring outlook for India got a significant blow post- demonetisation and segments like real estate, construction, infrastructure and high-end

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Over 50% young profs to look for job change in 2017: Survey The government’s move on demonetisation has not affected professional expectations in 2017, as more than 49 per cent employees expect to change jobs and more than 50 per cent of them are looking forward to a substantial increment, a new survey has revealed. The findings show that more than 49 per cent expect to change jobs as they are expecting the economy to

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EDUCATIONAL OVERHAUL IN NEW ERA In this age of e-learning, conventional courses have become passé. Students must, therefore, choose educational institutions that offer new-age courses, backed by robust placement mechanism, quality faculty and modern facilities. Present and future realities are crucial The Internet era which lives in e-space, has rendered traditional thinking, of choosing programmes of study with decade-long steady career path, redundant. Fast changing market scenario and learning requirements have taken its place. For

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India’s Job Creation Figures Aren’t “Encouraging” India’s President Pranab Mukherjee recently warned about a possible disaster if Asia’s third largest economy won’t create enough jobs for its talented youth. “The job creation figures of 1.35 lakh (135,000) in 2015, which is the lowest in seven years, are not encouraging,” said Mukherjee at a conference in New Delhi last week. Creating jobs is now the government’s top priority, he added. The unemployment rate in India surged

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Top reasons why banking jobs remain a fad among Indians While both government and private banks offer decent salary and demand good performance, still public sector banks have managed to retain interest among the candidates. The banking sector has always been one of the most attractive career destinations for youth. Many graduates prefer a Public Sector Bank (PSB) job as it offers more security and stability than a private sector bank. The pay package, timings and

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Digital India: Telecom skills group sees surge in job opportunities   NEW DELHI: Telecom sector is likely to drive employment in the wake of ambitious Digital India initiative beyond the government estimate of 8.3 million jobs in the next five years, an industry skills group top executive said. “The ongoing Digital India program including Smart City and Make in India initiatives are likely to help telecom sector create 11 to 12 million job opportunities in

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