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Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai: India's top employment generators

Last updated on: September 16, 2010 11:25 IST

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Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai ranked as the top employment generators in the country by creating over 100,000 jobs during January-September 2010, a Ma Foi Randstad survey said.

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While these three cities are leading job generators, Kolkata, Bengaluru and Hyderabad follow closely behind by creating 30,000 plus jobs during the same period, the Ma Foi Randstad Employment Trends Survey said.

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While the health sector created over 121,000 jobs, the hospitality sector created close to 63,000 jobs, it said.

Some of the leading sectors included real estate and construction industry, information technology, education, training and consulting, it said.

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In the third quarter,those working in Bengaluru are expected to get a 4.9 per cent increase in salaries, Delhi 3.5 per cent and the same in Pune, it said.

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Kolkata has the highest estimated percentage of experienced workforce of 82 per cent while Delhi has 35 per cent of freshers, it said.

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"We see positive trends across many economies across the globe, such as USA, Germany, France, Asia Pacific and parts of Europe which are clearly growing.

I expect India to continue its economic growth and employment generation fuelled by its domestic consumption and stabilising global economy," Randstad Holding CEO and chairman Ben Noteboom said.

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Real estate and construction sector reported the highest growth in number of people employed and expects an average salary growth of four per cent, followed by pharma (3.5 per cent) and healthcare (3.4 per cent) in the third quarter.

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"We see a clear trend of increased optimism in hiring spread across all sectors. We see the service sectors like healthcare and hospitality spearheading the boom by adding significant number of jobs," Ma Foi Randstad MD and CEO K Pandia Rajan said.

The survey was conducted among 650 companies across 13 industry segments that included eight Indian cities, it added.

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Image: K Pandia Rajan with his wife Hemalatha, at their office in Chennai.
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