News: Auto, pharma sectors see improved hiring in June

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Auto, pharma sectors see improved hiring in June

According to Naukri.com, hiring improved in June with increased job opportunities in auto and pharma businesses, although key sectors such as IT were slow on recruitments. The latest labour market readings come at a time when the overall economy is witnessing slowdown because of domestic and global factors. Last month, auto and pharma segments continued to take fresh talent while construction, insurance, oil & gas and ITES sectors went slow on hiring activities. Naukri Job Speak Index - an indicator of online job demand -climbed to 1,210 in June from 1,194 in May. Compared to June 2011 -- when the index stood at 1,129 - hiring trends were better. Except Hyderabad, where hiring activities slumped five percent in June this year, compared to year-ago period, all other cities have seen some increase.

According to Naukri.com, hiring improved in June with increased job opportunities in auto and pharma businesses, although key sectors such as IT were slow on recruitments. The latest labour market readings come at a time when the overall economy is witnessing slowdown because of domestic and global factors. Last month, auto and pharma segments continued to take fresh talent while construction, insurance, oil & gas and ITES sectors went slow on hiring activities. Naukri Job Speak Index - an indicator of online job demand -climbed to 1,210 in June from 1,194 in May. Compared to June 2011 -- when the index stood at 1,129 - hiring trends were better. Except Hyderabad, where hiring activities slumped five percent in June this year, compared to year-ago period, all other cities have seen some increase.

Source: Zee News

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