China’s college graduates can’t find jobs. The solution: Staying at Grad School
With the encouragement of the government and less jobs in the market, many students in China are turning to a stopgap solution: staying in Graduate school.
New career reality for the new decade: Trends that will affect your work, income and choices
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Hiring activity recovers by 14% in December’20 vs November’20: Naukri JobSpeak
The hiring in the Insurance sector grew by +45% in Dec’20 Vs N...
Hiring to bounce back in 2021, claims Naukri.com’s Hiring Outlook Survey
In 2020, sectors like medical/healthcare, IT, BPO/ITES were less impacted while the sectors that struggled to cope included retail, hospitality and travel, according to the survey that covered 1327 recruiters and consultants across the country.
Hunting for new jobs, India's migrant workers learn new skills online
Various state governments began mapping migrants for the first time this year, emphasising the need for them to gain new skills and increase their chances of finding work nearer home.
Money habits you should teach your kids and those you should avoid
Instead of buying assets and hoarding money to secure your child’s financial future, just inculcate good money habits in them. This will help them manage their finances. Bad habits may send the wrong message to your kids or worse, upset their financial future.
46% of faculty in Indian colleges striving hard to manage teaching during COVID-19: QS report
The report is based on a survey conducted by QS IGAUGE, which rates colleges and universities in India with complete operational control held by the London-based Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), which comes out with coveted global university rankings.
Whitehat Jr to foray into Brazil, Mexico; create 1 lakh teaching jobs in India in 3 years
In an interview to PTI , WhiteHat Jr Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Karan Bajaj said the barely two-year old online education platform has seen tremendous success in India, the US, the UK, New Zealand and Australia with about 1.5 lakh paid students taking some 40,000 classes everyday from 11,000 teachers.
IITs caution against Centre’s decision on teaching tech courses in local languages
Directors of top IITs have cast doubts over the ‘viability’ of such a move in view of the employment opportunities, industry requirements and the globalised workplace, besides the huge logistical challenge this poses for IITs in terms of faculty, textbooks and reference material.
Tech-savvy women could beat coronavirus job blues in the Arab world
The pandemic has taken an especially heavy toll on retail, tourism and hospitality jobs traditionally held by women, but experts say those able to retrain could tap into growth areas like digital marketing, e-commerce and online customer support.
What IPL can teach you about investing
As we enjoy cricket, there are some valuable investment lessons the game teaches us.
Covid-19 Effect: Jobs market in India migrating to smaller cities
The possibilities of working remotely as well as cost advantages for employers have also helped open the window of opportunities and new roles in destinations outside large urban centres.
From boardroom to classroom: Professionals warm up to teaching
A growing number of professionals are moonlighting as online teachers, either as a part-time job or experiment, or sometimes even a full-time gig after retirement. Online platforms like Udemy, Lido Learning, PlanetSpark, Knorish and Network Capital are helping these tutoring aspirants find their audience.
Hiring activity increases by 6% in January 2020 as compared to January 2019: Naukri JobSpeak
The major contributors to growth in hiring were industries like Accounting & Finance (37%), Education/Teaching (23%), Insurance (19%) and BPO/ITES (18%) . Demand for job roles in Teaching & Education (20%), BPO/ITES (17%), Accounting (14%) and Sales/Business Development (10%) also led to the overall uptick in hiring.