Indian IT industry to be packed with opportunity in the next four months
The IT industry’s of India seems much hopeful as the next few months will appear to be a big deal for the Tech Professionals says the survey report from the Experis IT Employment Outlook. The report highlighted that 4 months from December 2016 to March 2017 will turn out to be a good hiring season for Tech Professionals as 76% of the Indian IT firm are planning to hike intake positively from Southern parts of India. Furthermore, the survey projects that the strongest labour market is expected to be that of the southern region with employment outlook of 34% followed by West 20%. The trend is likely to sustain the momentum with IT sector as the Jack of the pack in the labour market.
The words of Mr. A.G. Rao, Managing Director, Manpower Group India on the business models and opportunity notes “that a host of factors, right from the rise of cloud computing to proliferation of new technological developments are upending the traditional business models to new techno swipe models ” The alluring facts on the potential unfolding opportunities in Indian IT sector is that the employers are looking for both fresher’s competent in technology and candidates with middle level experience ranging from 3 – 8 years.
However, transdisciplinary analysis on the most sought technological domains. It is found that the preferable skill sets in software development on demand will be that of .NET and Java. The analytics of the potential job skills and placement data by Linkedin highlights that Cloud Computing, Networking and Information Security, Virtualization, Linux and Unix will continue to sustain dominance in terms of opportunity throughout the next two quarter of 2017.
In this contemporary scenario of drastic technological hypes, the Industry is on look for technical experts consistently in rapport with the industrial requirements and well ahead of the industries in technology and performance to meet the needs of the organization. According to Manpower Groups global talent shortage survey, 48% of employers in India reported difficulty filling jobs as there is shortage of suitable talents. This could definitely be an opportunity to any tech saavy hopefully looking for a better prospect in IT industry, provided that one could keep abreast with the technology updates so as to cope up with the requirements of the industry.