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Why majority of Indians want to work abroad
The majority of younger employees are keen on seeking jobs abroad, according to the latest findings of Ma Foi Randstad Workmonitor Survey 2011-Wave4. India, with an index of 144, tops the global......
Good news! India to see 1.6 million new jobs
The organised sector in India is set to create about 1.6 million new jobs in the year 2011, reveals the Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey. Click NEXT to read on ...
Festival season hiring on rise amid hopes of increase in sales
Festival season hiring has picked up in sectors like automobiles and consumer goods amid hopes of better sales during the festival season. With retail outlets, hotels, restaurants, logistic......
Jobs: Young Indians depend on social networks
Once the turf of GenY, online social networks in India have now become powerful recruiting and job-seeking tools. According to the Ma Foi Randstad Workmonitor 2011 survey, over 80 per cent of......
Facebook, Twitter job hunting ground for employees
With increasing number of users globally, social networking sites such as Facebook and LinkedIn are turning out to be happy hunting grounds for employees seeking new jobs. Majority of employees......
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