Over the years, this is what we have realised:
The entire world is connected today and that opens the doors to multiple career options and avenues. This globalisation effect also allows people to work anywhere in the world, from anywhere, thus creating more opportunities.
Conventional and alternate methods of healing, as well as more access to healthcare facilities, is making people aware of their own health as well as the demands in the industry. This is an opportunity that jobseekers see and every year more number of people are joining the healthcare industry.
The opportunity lies is providing healthcare through professions like doctors, nurses, therapists, physiologists, lab technicians, etc., as well as hospital management.
The country sees many players in the insurance business. People are waking up to the fact that they need insurance for any unforeseen events that might come their way, and money is one way to help them tide over. The sector itself is growing with the government allowing more insurance policies. This change in the industry is creating more jobs and thus there is a need for the right talent to fill these vacancies.
The BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) and KPO (Knowledge Process Outsourcing) industry attracts young and older generation, both, such is the beauty of this fast-paced industry.
This industry requires different sets of industry skills to tackle tasks such as data entry, medical transcripts, FMCG, R&D, content creation and curating, data analytics and so much more.
The only way this industry is going is upwards, and it is constantly looking for talent. The flexibility that this industry offers attracts talent that is looking to work in shifts according to their convenience.
The backbone of all financial services, like banking, insurance and retail management, is financial consulting. The country is dotted with firms that specialise in these areas and manage risks associated with this sector.
The digitally-connected world, too, needs someone with the skills to handle e-commerce. With an online boom and with more avenues of financial transactions opening, there is always a demand for talent, and firms are always on the lookout.
Just like IT, telecommunication is a vast sector that is constantly innovating.
Businesses are flourishing on mobiles and tablets; some have also been started solely with the purpose of being accessed on mobiles, on the go. The field is open and the only restrictions are those that people might have in their mind. Businesses, large and small, are looking to cash in on this boom and require talents that can keep up with this continually morphing model.
However much we might come to depend on technology and the digital world, there will always be a need for goods and products.
Manufacturing is a job-creating and wealth-generating industry that focuses on the production of tools, machines, appliances, vehicles, and a host of other products required for our daily existence.
This industry is continually changing with competition introducing newer, cheaper and fancier products to woo customers. For a business to stay relevant, it must reinvent in a daily basis, thinking on its feet, creatively, innovatively. And for this it requires the right talent that can shoulder this responsibility.