Part-time openings in January have been the highest for FY21 so far, albeit on a small base. In addition, the number of openings for full-time remote jobs moved up to 7,000 in January, up 40% over December, 2020.
I do not see steel prices going up, but there may not be a big correction downwards. The reasons for that are few. The supplies are expected to go up from countries like Japan, Korea, Russia, which was not the case in 2020. S
Wireless service providers’ revenue is set to improve in Q3FY21 on continued subscriber addition, analysts at Axis Capital observed. “Arpu to improve driven by upscaling (migration to 4G from 2G). Margin to improve from r
Meanwhile, the trend of fewer opportunities being generated in the top five metro locations persisted with their contribution to the total active job counts at a low 28%, down from the earlier highs of 51% in September.
In terms of salaries too, it is expected to be a good year for people with these skills. The current salary ranges in the Rs 20 lakh per annum bracket for a talented person with 5-7 years of experience.
In terms of the kind of projects that customers are getting started on, I think private players are opening their chequebooks for projects which have less than three years payback and projects that have a sustainability impac
Arun Maheshwari, joint managing director and CEO told Financial Express that since 200 MTPA is looking feasible, the company is getting back to drawing boards and would like to take the target to a higher level which the comp
The contract will be awarded by National High-Speed Rail Corporation (NHSRCL). This comes close on the heels of the company getting Rs 24,985 crore package in the same project, which is also the largest ever contract bagged b
Godrej Properties and Oberoi Realty told FE they’re staying with the properties already in the market and have nothing new this time. Others such as the Runwal group are merely offering new phases in existing locations.
Atul Daga, chief financial officer, UltraTech Cement, tells Shubhra Tandon that operations are back to pre-Covid levels and cement demand will continue to remain strong driven by rural demand and government’s push to infras
Maximum job creation will happen in Bengaluru, followed by Hyderabad, Delhi and Mumbai. Chennai is projected to end the year at 100% of its Q1 demand while Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru will recover greater than 70% of dema
Page told FE the main reason for this is that with companies re-aligning themselves with the new normal, there has been a need for new talent. Also, companies have understood the current conditions will continue for some time