Jobs in India were difficult to find about a decade back. This was because India is one of the most thickly populated countries in the world.
Statistics show that although India occupies only 2.4% of the total world area, it supports more than 15% of earth’s population. India has been hailed as a triumph of unity in diversity all over the world.
Making a career in India was seen to be different from other parts of the world due to its cultural, religious and geographical diversity. Sixteen different spoken languages along with varied international influences in a country of diverse cultures did not make it easy for an individual to function smoothly in the job market.
In India, job search was a frustrating task for the average graduate till few years back. Computer technology and the outsourcing boom, which have entered India in recent years, brought a tremendous change to this scenario. Finding a job in India is not as hard as earlier even for non-English speaking individuals.
Job salaries have also gone up with the advent of technology and globalization. This has enhanced the purchasing power of the country and led to the creation of more business. Indian economy is now in the growth stage.
The business friendly policy of the government along with the availability of low salary employment force (compared to developed countries) has made India an attractive business destination for big multinationals from foreign countries. This has also gone a long way in creating great jobs for the Indian people..
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