The coronavirus epidemic has affected all sectors of the economy. After a very difficult period of job cuts and employment cuts, when the economy opens up, rapid data adoption and digital integration have played a key role in strengthening companies. These two factors have played an important role in developing the growth programs of various organizations after the closing period. Overall there has been a 25% growth in terms of employment from March 2020 to March 2021.
According to a report released after a study conducted by Naukri, the IT-Software sector remains secure and employment increased by 11% in March 2021 compared to February 2021. at 15% on March 2021. The Naukri JobSpeak Index on March 2021 was 2436 which is + 3% of employment compared to February 2021.
Here’s a look at the categories that increase the rental percentage:
Oil and Gas: + 7%
Accounting / Taxation / Finance: + 6%
Telecom / ISP: + 5%
BPO / ITES: 1%
But as the country sees a second wave of COVID-19, the following sectors saw a decline in employment in succession in March 2021.
Education / Teaching: -13%; FMCG: -10%; Hotels / Flights / Travel: -8%
As organizations continue to do digitization, the hiring of technology experts as expected saw an increase of + 10% in March 2021 compared to February 2021. With the exception of people in the sector the need for marketing / advertising saw an increase of + 10% while the need for qualified HR / Administration increased by 8% in March 2021.
Last year, as the number of coronavirus cases increased the region was placed under national control. As a result, many industries around the world, including India, had seen a negative impact by March 2020. However, there have been significant changes for the better by March 2021.
Here’s a look at the increase in the percentage of job opportunities in the following sectors from March 2020:
IT-Software: + 42%; Medical / Hospital: + 33%; Sales: + 24%