- India is expected to witness a nearly 7% increase in job creation in the second quarter while healthier employment is hitting, showing negative employment sentiment.
- The health care industry, pharmaceuticals, IT and e-commerce and, technological startups intend to hire over the next six months.
- However, industry, construction and real estate, financial services, retail and FMCG have shown a negative outlook on hiring.  Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai created the highest number of jobs during April-September.
India is expected to see a nearly 7% increase in job creation in the second quarter, but the recruitment of freshmen may have slowed. The good news is that there may be an increase in new vacancies for the remainder of the fiscal year ending March 2020, according to the latest TeamLease Employment Outlook Report. The biggest recruits will be education services and e-commerce.
As the Indian government incorporates export policy and corporate tax reforms to end rising unemployment in the country, health and medicine, IT and e-commerce and, tech startups intend to hire over the next six months, especially from tier-II -Cities.
According to the Center for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE), unemployment in India fell to 7.48% in November. Eight of the 1
During the first half – April to September 2019 – led logistics, educational services and rapid movement of consumer goods and durable goods sentiment sentiment. Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai and Mumbai created the highest number of jobs during the same period.
|Sectors||Recruitment between April and September 2019|
|Education Services||24,380  FMCG||17,400|
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