The job market of Chennai is brimming with entry level jobs for freshers in the domains of; IT enabled services, Information Technology, Banking and Healthcare. These are the domains which are the prime contributors to the economic and job growth of the city. For employers entry-level roles are the medium to utilize the skills of experienced candidates to add high value to a business, which is done by hiring fresh graduates, which push the seasoned professionals to the next orbit of their career to take up bigger challenge and responsibilities. As for the current job trends in the city, IT

Known for its IT cluster, Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, offers an ample opportunities for accounting professionals also. After establishing itself as a leading IT hub, Bangalore has become the financial center. The city has skilled human resources and a proven ability to attract the attention of leading finance sector players. Moreover, the presence of top-notch companies in the financial & allied sectors has produced a high number of accounts jobs in Bangalore. To make Bangalore the new financial center, the state government has allotted 50 acres for the development of the IFCI Financial City at the Hardware Park, Bangalore

It was not long back when people left their villages with a penny and made fortunes in “amchi Mumbai”. Hundreds of job seekers till date head to “Mumbai- The Commercial Capital of India” for moulding their careers and why not? Mumbai has a job for all…may it be Advertising/ PR/ Media or a Technical Job, Infrastructure or automobiles, Finance/ Banking or Journalism/Creative writing. Mumbai has in store the top MNC Jobs, IT Jobs, BPO/ Call centre Jobs, Accounting Jobs, Hotel Jobs and Travel Tourism jobs. It is the gateway to the very glamorous Bollywood… Anchoring/ Modeling/ Television/ Films/ Production/ Music

In order to sustain and maintain traveling accessories and equipment, the vagabond with a small or even non existing bank account, may sometimes find themselves stopping over to earn payment for services. The form and amount of payment may depend on the specific job, but as long as the vagabond can attain enough resources to continue trekking, any job will do. Because of their non materialistic and efficient lifestyle, most vagabonds won’t usually need to find a source of income. But in times of hardship and when resources get scarce (like worn out shoes), money can always be obtained to provide for

The collision of demographic changes, the rapid spread of automation and rising income inequality will have the potential to trigger an unparallel major economic and employment disruption far greater than we have ever experienced. Understanding and planning for these inevitable disruptions will be vital when future-proofing jobs. In fact, there's a total of 62 challenges workers are facing in their workplaces. People do not plan to fail. They just fail to plan and future proof themselves for the inevitable. While fear is a normal human emotion and may paralyze us from taking action, it's complacency that will absolutely kill them

In the 21st century, there has been an increasingly popular concern that, robots will eat up labor share of income at an accelerating rate, leaving ordinary workers impoverished and unemployed. There has been a variant of this since the dawn of industrial revolution. Improvements in farming technology have been greeted with skepticism since ancient times for these motives. Mechanical contraptions for sewing and other task were decried as potentially ruinous to workers in other European nations. There is always a grain of truth to these complains because technological innovations inevitably displace some segment of staff. In general, the current technological