The global job scenario underwent its worst phase when recession started in early 2009. The huge number of job losses and layoffs demoralized many employable workers. It definitely affected the living standard of people. Many large blue chip and multinational companies retrenched numerous workers in order to cut costs. New recruitment was absolutely zilch. This led to a situation where thousands of fresh graduates were left stranded without any hope of a top-notch, high paying job. In such circumstances, one sector which is still standing tall is the government sector of India. If you are one of those news savvy

Most of them prefer secured jobs over family businesses. The reason behind this is fixed lucrative saloons, which is only possible in a fixed salary oriented, job marketplace, since since the majority of the businesses is very fluctuating. Due to which, young generations are searching for job opportunities in the society which can help them in building themselves. How to find the right job? During the late 20th century, the job marketplace was very complex providing limited opportunities for the job seekers. During the times, the growth of the internet was very slow. However, now the time has changed. Internet

Information Technology (IT) plays a major role in the world. E-commerce and various advances in IT have made a significant impact on business operations. True globalization has come because of IT. Before discussing the country which can take credit for IT developments, let us define IT first. Several researchers define the term IT as “”an all-inclusive term that encompasses computers and telecommunication in all their forms, whatever their use”. Information technology is the capability offered by software, hardware, and telecommunications networks to deliver data in any form to individuals and organizations. Below shows the names of the people who invented

Living and working in Dubai is a dream for many. Do you have the same aspirations? Read on to know all about the employment scenario and jobs in Dubai. Dubai Dubai is one of seven emirates of the UAE. It is controlled by emir, an independent ruler. It is located in the southern part of the Persian Gulf. It is one of the wealthiest regions in the United Arab Emirates. Economy of Dubai The economy of Dubai is largely dependent on its oil industry. It is rich primarily because of its huge oil resources. The large oil reserves of Dubai

This job is meant for you in all times. Every one of us is well aware of the fact that the global job scenario actually went under its worst stage in the year 2009 when recession began. It has affected the standard of living of several private employees. Even multinational companies have cut their costs and employees in big number. Most of the people have voted that Bank jobs are the best in government field. Even in the recession, the government sector is standing like a king as it is. In case you are one amongst those people who have

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

Every day thousands of workers find and lose jobs as businesses grow or close. Each new job found represents income for food, shelter, and education. Each job lost may represent giving up some or all of these basic necessities. When a global company decides to move its business operations overseas – a process called “off-shoring” – one country’s or worker’s loss of jobs may translate into another country’s or worker’s gain. The growing phenomenon known as off-shoring presents both benefits and challenges for the developed and developing world. What is Off-shoring? Imagine that the computer you are using has suddenly

Part One. Each of us has a reason for investment in stocks and in this instance mine is FOG No, this is not another newfangled over-the-counter derivative designed for obfuscation but simply "For our Grandchildren". You will gather for this purpose I would not envisage or indeed welcome a roller coaster ride from any of my choices and prefer slow but sustained growth over the medium to long term. This is not to suggest that my purchases are always as inherently safe as I expect these to turn out to be since in other dealings I am prepared to accept

In recent few years, the private sector has generated a lot of job opportunities in India. Be it Information Technology, Media, Banking, Education, Pharmaceutical, Finance, Marketing, Advertising or any other field, there are job opportunities in almost every field, and no need to mention that private jobs offer huge money and come with tremendous growth opportunities as well. Despite all the aforesaid advantages of working in private sector, Government Jobs carry immense reputation in Indian society. A person with “Sarkari Naukri”, as they call in Hindi, is celebrated and respected everywhere he/she goes. After the Sixth Pay Commission’s recommendations, the

At Santa Monica College, a 34,000-student, two-year community college in California, students sometimes sit on the floor to hear professors speak. This is not part of a New Age approach to learning; there are not enough seats. Over the past few years, demand for classes has grown dramatically, while budget cuts have forced the college, along with others in the California system, to reduce course offerings. As a result, according to administrators, almost every class offered is filled to capacity. Instructors sometimes waive class size limits to allow additional students to enroll, even when that means seating some pupils on

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