No More Pampering

August 2013
Business Today;8/4/2013, Vol. 22 Issue 16, p82
The article reports on the move by the information technology (IT) industry India to stop recruiting fresh hires as the global economic slowdown take its toll. Data shows lower growth rates and uncertainty in the export markets of the industry. Figures indicate the net employee addition per year versus the number of technically qualified talent output in 2013. Experts note the varied supply and demand scenarios in the industry and the need for the industry for more people in analytics.


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