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India among most optimistic globally on hiring, says Survey

India among most optimistic globally on hiring, says Survey

Indian employers are the fourth most optimistic globally about hiring plans for the next three months but opportunities for job seekers are likely to be fewer than last year, says a survey.

US man video-stalks Indians, says 'they're stealing jobs'

Members of the Indian community in the US have been alarmed by a video posted on an anti-immigration website, which shows Indian families relaxing in an Ohio park, while a man taking the video accuses them of stealing American jobs, the media reported.

Arun Jaitley should focus on job creation in Budget 2017: Crisil

Arun Jaitley should focus on job creation in Budget 2017: Crisil

Rating agency Crisil on Friday said Finance Minister Arun Jaitley should focus on job creation when he presents his third budget on February 1.

Walmart says to create 10,000 jobs, invest $6.8 bn in US; Donald Trump takes credit

Walmart says to create 10,000 jobs, invest $6.8 bn in US; Donald Trump takes credit

Walmart announced on Tuesday it will invest $6.8 billion in the United States and create 10,000 jobs in stores and e-commerce, a move for which President-elect Donald Trump quickly took credit.

93% Indians to hold jobs without social security benefits in 2017: WEF

93% Indians to hold jobs without social security benefits in 2017: WEF

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has warned that a staggering 93 percent of Indians will hold jobs without social security benefits in 2017 while creating employment will be a challenge too.

India to have highest salary increase in Asia Pacific in 2017

India to have highest salary increase in Asia Pacific in 2017

India and Vietnam will have the highest salary increases next year with a projected rise of 10.8 percent and 9.2 percent respectively among Asia Pacific's emerging economies, according to a report by a global consulting firm.

US unemployment lowest in 9 years as job creation continues

The US unemployment rate in November fell to its lowest level since August 2007 as the economy continued to add new jobs, all but guaranteeing an interest rate hike this month.

Eurozone unemployment falls below 10% for first time since April 2011

Eurozone unemployment falls below 10% for first time since April 2011

Unemployment in the eurozone has fallen below the symbolic mark of 10 percent for the first time since April 2011, EU data showed on Thursday.

Expand manufacturing, services to boost employment generation: Nirmala Sitharaman

Volkswagen on Friday announced the biggest revamp in its history, cutting 30,000 jobs in a huge savings plan to help the German auto giant recover from the dieselgate emissions cheating scandal.

Expand manufacturing, services to boost job creation: Nirmala Sitharaman

Expand manufacturing, services to boost job creation: Nirmala Sitharaman

India has adopted a two-pronged strategy to boost employment generation in the country, the government said on Friday.

Automobile industry aims to create 6.5 crore jobs by 2026

Automobile industry aims to create 6.5 crore jobs by 2026

The Indian automobile sector aims to contribute over 12 percent to the gross domestic product of the country, and create nearly 6.5 crore additional jobs by 2026 over the next decade, said Kenichi Ayukawa, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Maruti Suzuki India, on Wednesday.

'Jobless' growth in India a concern: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

'Jobless' growth in India a concern: Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw

Expressing concern over "jobless" growth in India and too many "stifling" regulations, biotechnology entrepreneur Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has called for formulation of pragmatic and visionary polices to create new employment opportunities.

High-stressed jobs can lead to early grave

A team of researchers from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business found that individuals in low-control jobs, high job demands are associated with a 15.4 per cent increase in the likelihood of death.

7,000,000 jobs could disappear in India by 2050, says study

7,000,000 jobs could disappear in India by 2050, says study

As many as 550 jobs have disappeared every day in last four years and if this trend continues, employment would shrink by 7 million by 2050 in the country, a study has claimed.

'Volkswagen may cut 2,500 jobs per year via early retirements'

'Volkswagen may cut 2,500 jobs per year via early retirements'

Volkswagen may cut up to 2,500 jobs per year over 10 years by moving workers into early retirement, Handelsblatt reported on Wednesday, citing Bernd Osterloh, chief of the carmaker's influential works council.

HC seeks written arguments from petitioners on 16% reservation to Marathas

HC seeks written arguments from petitioners on 16% reservation to Marathas

A division bench of justices Anoop Mohta and G S Kulkarni directed all the parties concerned to submit their written arguments by October 13.

As firms move production to India, China warns about job losses

As firms move production to India, China warns about job losses

As China's telecom firm Huawei starts manufacturing in India, official media here has raised the red flag, warning that Beijing needs to worry about job cuts due to shifting of production bases as economic rivalry increases between India and the world's second largest economy.

Make in India turns two - A timeline of PM Modi’s ambitious project! (Watch)

Make in India turns two - A timeline of PM Modi’s ambitious project! (Watch)

The ambitious project, which aimed at making India a manufacturing hub, was also rolled out with the aim of creating millions of jobs in the country.

Supreme Court junks plea on 16% quota to Marathas in jobs, education in Maharashtra

Supreme Court junks plea on 16% quota to Marathas in jobs, education in Maharashtra

Supreme Court has refused to entertain a plea alleging that petitions challenging Maharashtra government's decision to grant 16 per cent quota to Marathas in jobs and education in the state were still pending adjudication.

Study discovers that employers are more inclined towards hiring thin women

Study discovers that employers are more inclined towards hiring thin women

A recent research has found that employers are more likely to hire a woman with a lower BMI.