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Online Hiring Grows 16% Y-O-Y In February: Report

Production and manufacturing (up 59 percent) has been one of the most active industry sectors with 11% increase in e-recruitment between January and February

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Online Hiring Index Grows 12% Year-On-Year: Report

Sanjay Modi, Managing Director, Monster.com, APAC & Middle-East said, "It is interesting to note that production and manufacturing sector is on the revival mode, a much-needed impetus in order to create more jobs and solidify the backbone of our economy."

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Job Market Showing Signs Of Recovery; Online Hiring Sees Growth

Good to see the job market showing signs of recovery. The JobSpeak index for August has shown a Y-o-Y growth of 1 per cent

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Online Hiring Gains Momentum; Attains 14% Growth In August

Home appliances sector registered the highest growth with a 54 percent year-on-year growth in August 2017. Online hiring in banking/financial services, insurance (BFSI) sector eased from 43 per cent in July 2017 to 35 per cent in August 2017

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IT Industry Witnesses 9% Growth In Online Hiring: Naukri JobSpeak Index

The IT/software industry that witnessed layoffs in the previous quarter seems to be on the path of recovery with 9 per cent year-on-year growth recorded in July 2017

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Online Hiring Activity Sees 2% Growth In July: Naukri

The Naukri JobSpeak index for July stood at 1,928, a rise of 2 per cent from the corresponding period last year

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India Registered Highest Growth In Online Recruitment In July: Report

Month-on-month, demand in the BFSI sector moved up by marginal one percent in July 2017, followed by FMCG which witnessed a surge of 34 percent in July 2017 from 33 percent in June 2017

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Online Hiring Activity Witnesses 11% Growth In June: Report

Kolkata (+40 per cent) was found out to be the city with most online hiring activity while Chennai (-12 per cent) witnessed the steepest decline

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