News: Job seekers still not interested in teaching, BPOs

Talent Acquisition

Job seekers still not interested in teaching, BPOs

A survey by employability solutions company Aspiring Minds has revealed that uncertain economy has made students seeking jobs fairly flexible in some of their demands, though jobs in teaching and BPOs still rate low on their interest scale. The survey, 'What the job seeker feels in this economic slowdown', was conducted across 3,500 students from the batch of 2014, with a mix of engineers, MBAs and degree course graduates, Economic Times reported.

A survey by employability solutions company Aspiring Minds has revealed that uncertain economy has made students seeking jobs fairly flexible in some of their demands, though jobs in teaching and BPOs still rate low on their interest scale. The survey, 'What the job seeker feels in this economic slowdown', was conducted across 3,500 students from the batch of 2014, with a mix of engineers, MBAs and degree course graduates, Economic Times reported.

The report adds that between 84% and 96% of students hadn't bagged their desired jobs yet. Across the board, more than 80% of students said they were ready to relocate to get a job.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition, Campus Recruitment, #Jobs, #Hiring

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