News: 69% of Indian employees keen to develop their professional skills

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69% of Indian employees keen to develop their professional skills

A recent study conducted by global recruitment firm Kelly Services says that 69 per cent of Indian employees are either actively seeking or considering further education or training to enhance their skills. This number is noticeably higher when compared to their global peers. The Economic Times revealed the details of this survey. In Europe, 59 per cent of respondents said they were exploring further skill development, while only 55 per cent of American respondents answered in the affirmative. The ET report further highlights that two-thirds of respondents in Asia-Pacific seek these trainings to enhance their chances of promotion with their current employer. Read the full ET report here

A recent study conducted by global recruitment firm Kelly Services says that 69 per cent of Indian employees are either actively seeking or considering further education or training to enhance their skills. This number is noticeably higher when compared to their global peers. The Economic Times revealed the details of this survey. In Europe, 59 per cent of respondents said they were exploring further skill development, while only 55 per cent of American respondents answered in the affirmative. The ET report further highlights that two-thirds of respondents in Asia-Pacific seek these trainings to enhance their chances of promotion with their current employer. Read the full ET report here
 

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