How to get the job of your dreams
The job of the future is in the eyes of those looking for jobs in India.
While India is still in the midst of an economic crisis, there is no shortage of companies willing to hire India-based employees.
While the country is still on the cusp of an inflationary phase, with the rupee being at record highs, the job market is now in a much better place.
In fact, many job seekers are being offered more lucrative jobs, such as auto paint jobs.
Auto paint jobs are usually done at factories located in cities like Hyderabad and Mumbai, but a majority of these jobs are now being offered at smaller towns in India’s western and northern states.
The jobs are often held in small factories with fewer than 50 employees, which make it easier for them to attract more skilled applicants.
These jobs are a good opportunity for job seekers who want to start a new career, and some of them have been given to a few hundred thousand Indian-origin workers.
The jobs that are being given to this growing group include painting cars in Mumbai and Hyderabad, and other jobs, like cleaning up the road in the western state of Madhya Pradesh.
According to data from the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO), around 15 lakh job seekers from India’s largest states and union territories have applied for jobs since October 2015.
The job seekers comprise both skilled and unskilled workers.
In the most recent survey, a total of 11.35 lakh jobseekers applied for a job in these states.
According the NSSO, this growth in applications is largely due to the fact that the Indian economy is in a cyclical state.
There is little sign of a recovery in the economy.
The NSSE has forecast a contraction in employment in India in the next three years.
The job seekers have been looking for new and better jobs to help them build their careers, and they are being rewarded for their efforts.
Job seekers like Rupa Vaidya, an engineer from Mumbai, have been getting jobs in the small towns of Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra.
Vaidyanas father, who has been earning Rs 6,000 a month, is happy to have an opportunity to earn extra money.
“I have been thinking about getting a job, but I was only offered a job cleaning up road in Madhya.
I had to apply for this job because I had no money to spare,” Vaidyas father said.
He had worked as a cleaner for about two years before moving to Tamil Nadu.
After completing his first year of university, Vaidyeras father was offered the job.
He started with Rs 5,000 and a year later, he was paid Rs 10,000.
Vayesh, an unemployed person from Hyderabad who has lived in Mumbai for 10 years, is also looking for a new job.
“I am looking for someone who can do my job.
My dream is to become a pharmacist.
My father is a pharmacy salesman, so I can get the jobs that I need,” he said.
Jobseekers from the western states like Madhya, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Karnataka are being considered for jobs at the larger factories.
The state government has set up a new training centre in Hyderabad to train Indian-born workers.
“The new centre is set up to provide training to young people from all over the country to fill their jobs,” a state government official said.
The state government is also trying to attract job seekers with a ‘job of your dream’ campaign, with advertisements in major newspapers, television channels, online portals, social media, and websites.
Job advertisements in the newspapers have been targeting the youth in the job seekers’ age group.
A job advertisement in The Hindu newspaper said that a young Indian woman from Hyderpur, who is looking for an office job in Hyderabadi, is the ideal candidate for the job in the city.
According to the government, the government has been trying to increase job seekers education in the last one year, and is also giving job seekers job training centres and other training opportunities.
“We have also started a programme to provide free accommodation to job seekers in the first phase of the job hunt.
We are also providing free job training in our colleges to train people who are eligible to join the job seeker programme,” said the official.
The government has also been encouraging job seekers to attend job fairs to get information about the job vacancies.
Job fairs have also been held in Mumbai, Hyderabad on November 11, and Chennai on November 14.