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Indian job market shows signs of improvement since start of 2013

The Indian professional job market has improved since the start of this year, with 59 percent of Indian companies are currently recruiting at senior level, up 19 percent over the beginning of the year, a survey says.

One bad hiring costs Indian companies over Rs 20 lakh: Survey

The chances of companies taking a bad hiring decision is highest in Russia, followed by Brazil, China and India at the top-four positions, while the US is at the fifth.

Hiring up in Feb; signals confidence in Indian economy: Monster

Hiring activity in India registered an uptrend in February, signalling sustained confidence by Indian businesses in the economy, a leading job portal has said.

Cos cautious on hiring; await better eco scenario: Monster.Com

Companies might be cautious in increasing their headcount now but hiring activities will pick up across sectors once the economic conditions improve, according to a leading job portal.

‘Hiring activity drops for 2nd straight month in June’

Recruitment activities declined for the second consecutive month in June this year amid challenging economic conditions, a survey by job portal Monster.Com has said.

Positive outlook for India's job markets: Survey

The next three months are likely to offer solid opportunities for job seekers as 39 percent of Indian employers are expected to increase their headcount, says a survey.

Indian employers most bullish on hiring for next three months

Notwithstanding concerns of an economic slowdown, Indian employers are the most bullish worldwide when it comes to hiring, with robust recruitment plans for the next three months, especially in the services sector, says a survey.

India Inc cautious on new hiring: Survey

India Inc is cautious on new hirings due to economic uncertainties.