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July 2018 recorded highest hiring activities: Report

According to a report by TimesJobs RecruiteX, India Inc. is on the hiring spree, and July 2018 recorded the highest hiring activities.
July 2018 recorded highest hiring activities: Report

After witnessing low-key growth in hiring, the month of July finally brought motivation for job seekers. According to the report RecruiteX by TimesJobs, July 2018 saw 16 percent in recruitment activities in a month-on-month analysis.  All key industries and job roles showed a major improvement in talent demand in July 2018.

The RecruiteX August report noted that demand for talent in the BPO industry topped the chart reporting 14 percent growth in demand for talent in July 2018. Similar growth was also witnessed in sectors such as IT/Telecom, Healthcare, Petrochemicals/Oil and Gas/Power and the Manufacturing industry where hiring numbers showed growth in July 2018 over the preceding month. Demand for Petrochemicals/Oil and Gas/ Power professionals posted a 13 percent hike in month-on-month comparison.

Chennai recorded the highest demand for talent among other key locations in India. Tier II cities like Indore too performed well in July 2018 when compared with June 2018. Mumbai, which registered a low demand in hiring last month, witnessed a rise of 12% in talent demand. Among Indian states, Assam posted the highest rise in demand for talent.

Among the experience levels, most jobs were available during the month for candidates with an experience of 10-20 years. Hiring sentiment gained maximum momentum for professionals with experience of 5-10 years.

“In July 2018, the hiring numbers rose by 16% in the Indian job market after recording subdued growth in the first six months of 2018. In fact, the last major spike in hiring was noticed in April 2017, but the numbers were subtle as compared to July 2018. The bulk of talent demand came from Manufacturing, Petrochemicals, Oil and Gas, Power and BFSI sectors. Going by the trends from RecruiteX editions from previous years and a good sense of the job market we expect hiring activity to sustain the same growth in the coming months too”, said Ramathreya Krishnamurthy, Business Head, TimesJobs and TechGig.

Topics: Hiring, Talent Acquisition

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