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Hiring activity rises 10% YoY in December 2019: Naukri JobSpeak

The major contributors to this growth were industries like BPO (27%) Pharma (18%) and IT – Software (18%). Demand for job roles in ITES/ BPO (31%) and Accounts (16%) also led to this overall uptick in hiring. Amongst cities, Hyderabad (27%), Pune (14%) and Delhi (11%) led the way in terms of growth in hiring.

, ET Bureau|
Jan 10, 2020, 03.10 PM IST
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The year ended on a positive note, with a 10% increase in overall hiring.
Hiring activity has shown a 10% rise in December 2019 as compared to December 2018, says the Naukri JobSpeak

The major contributors to this growth were industries like BPO (27%) Pharma (18%) and IT – Software (18%). Demand for job roles in ITES/ BPO (31%) and Accounts (16%) also led to this overall uptick in hiring.

Amongst cities, Hyderabad (27%), Pune (14%) and Delhi (11%) led the way in terms of growth in hiring. Demand for entry-level professionals (0-3 years exp.) and senior-level executives (4-7 years exp.) grew by 16% and 12% respectively.

“The year ended on a positive note, with a 10% increase in overall hiring. Hyderabad and Bangalore have been posting consistent growth in hiring over the last six months and if we look at the year as a whole IT – Software has seen a growth of 28 % compared to the year before. The year gone by has seen growth in jobs and we are cautiously optimistic going forward,” said Pawan Goyal, Chief Business Officer, Naukri.com in a statement.

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