According to NASSCOM, the Indian IT-BPO sector continues to be an employment generator and is expected to add 230,000 jobs in FY 2012. This implies direct employment to nearly 2.8 million, and indirectly leading to employment of about 8.9 million people. Similarly, 2013 will witness hiring at all levels, right from freshers to highly experienced professionals, right across the board, according to VA Rangarajan, Recruitment Leader – India/South Asia, IBM India Private Limited, as discussed during a High Tea chat session with TimesJobs.com.
Testing services in small scale IT companies engaged in areas such as mobile apps development or generic software skills, can witness strong hiring activity in 2013, according to Rangarajan. Although the current scenario looks bright for IT sector but the troubled economy and its repercussions cannot be predicted. “The impact of the slowdown will certainly be felt, but there will always be opportunities,” remarked, VA Rangarajan…
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via IT-ITES sector continues to be the employment generator – The Economic Times.
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