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Online hiring activity up 9 pc in July: Report

The Naukri JobSpeak Index for July 2018 stood at 2,101, registering 9 percent increase in hiring activity from July 2017 when it stood at 1,928.


PTI Last Updated at 07 Aug 2018, 13:08 IST India
Online hiring activity up 9 pc in July: Report
  • Hiring activity in July 2018 was driven by industries like insurance & banking and financial services with a growth of 34 percent and 21 percent, respectively. (Image Credit: Twitter)

Online hiring activity saw 9 percent jump in July primarily driven by banking, insurance sector and going forward, employers are expected to be "cautiously optimistic", says a report.

The Naukri JobSpeak Index for July 2018 stood at 2,101, registering 9 percent increase in hiring activity from July 2017 when it stood at 1,928.

The Index had registered 9 percent and 11 percent growth in June and May, respectively.

"Non-IT sectors like auto, auto ancillary, real estate, construction, and BFSI continue to lead the growth. We can expect the job market to be cautiously optimistic and move further north in the months to come," said Naukri.com Chief Sales Officer V Suresh.

Hiring activity in July 2018 was driven by industries like insurance & banking and financial services with a growth of 34 percent and 21 percent, respectively.

Other industries which witnessed a rise in hiring were industrial products/heavy machinery (23 percent), construction/ engineering (20 percent), real estate (28 percent), BPO/ITES (6 percent), and Oil & Gas (11 percent).

The report further said leadership roles with experience band of over 16 years saw a rise of 12 percent in recruitment activity.

While entry-level jobs with experience of 0-3 years saw a 10 percent rise in July 2018, hiring for the trained talent of 4-7 years of experience grew 9 percent.

Recruitment activity for middle management roles of 8-12 years of experience grew 7 percent and the senior management roles of 13-16 years of experience witnessed a 3 percent rise in hiring.

Among metropolitan cities, Delhi NCR saw a rise of 14 percent in hiring activity, Chennai was up 13 percent and Mumbai by 4 percent, the report said.

The index has been calculated based on job listings added to the site month on month. July 2008 was taken as the base month with a score of 1,000 and the subsequent monthly index is compared with data for July 2008.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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