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Most Indians believe job opportunities in India are good: Study

 A large number of Indians are optimistic about the employment scenario in the country, a survey says.

FM Jaitley warns of threat to job creation if investments blocked

A day after a ministerial panel headed by the minister failed to break logjam over proposed labour reforms with the Unions, Jaitley said safety of workforce cannot be ensured without an increase in economic activity.

Indian Railways, Army among world's biggest employers: Study

Indian Railways, Army among world's biggest employers: Study

Two Indian organisations -- Army and Railways -- are among the world's biggest employers, together employing a whopping 2.7 million people, said a report.

Overall unemployment rate in cities and town comes down: Study

The lowest rate of unemployment among men was recorded in Bhopal at 0.1 percent followed by Surat at 0.6 percent and Indore at 0.8 percent in 2009-10.

1.36 lakh new jobs added in Q2: Assocham survey

The cities that created the maximum number of jobs were Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi-NCR, Kolkata and Mumbai.

No deficiency of college if graduate unable to get job: NCDRC

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission made this observation while dismissing the petition of a Maharashtra native seeking refund of fee and compensation from an educational institution alleging that the marksheet issued by it to his son was of no use in getting a job.

India Inc optimistic about economy; to hire aggressively

Indian businesses are among the most optimistic about their country's economic growth and are likely to hire more new workers than any other nation in the world, says a report.

Indian investments created 3 times more jobs than Chinese in Europe

Investments by Indian companies into Europe have created three times more new jobs on the continent than the Chinese investments have, a report says.

India Inc hiring sentiment favourable for Q1, FY14: Survey

The survey by MyHiringClub.Com covered 4,431 employers and a majority (67 percent) of them have predicted an increase in headcount for the first quarter of fiscal 2013-14.

Hiring activities turn sluggish in November: Report

Telecom, auto, insurance, oil & gas, banking and IT-software were among the sectors that witnessed sluggish recruitment activities last month compared to October, according to job portal Naukri.Com.

'Youngsters choose diverse careers in changing eco conditions'

Experts believe that pursuing different careers is also much dependent on prevailing economic conditions.

Hiring to pick up in smaller cities in July-December 2012

Tier-II and Tier-III cities seem to be gaining ground compared to the metros as companies continue to look at them as cost-effective destinations.

Many Indians willing to go overseas even for 10% hike: Survey

More than a quarter of employees in India are willing to relocate overseas for two to three years even if they get a 10 percent pay hike, says a survey.

India Inc snaps up expats, hiring jumps 20 %

As the Western economies continue to remain in deep freeze, more and more foreigners, mostly from the US and Europe are looking at India for jobs, a trend that has seen up to 20 percent spurt this year,according to head-hunters.

Slowdown concerns to cool attrition across board

Corporate India is likely to see a significant decline in attrition in the coming months as both employers and employees adopt a "wait and watch" approach amid global economic slowdown and volatile markets, say experts.

'55 mn jobs needed by 2015 to keep current employment level'

India requires about 55 million additional jobs by 2015 to maintain its current ratio of employed to total population at 39 percent, research firm Crisil said Tuesday.