Global consulting firm ZS says it plans to hire 3000 employees in India this year
- ZS currently has 5,500 employees in India.
- The 38-year old company currently has openings in business consulting, operations and technology teams.
- The company joins the long list of IT companies as well as technology startups that are hiring massively in 2021 after the digital shift seen during COVID-19.
“India is a very crucial region for ZS, as over 65% of our global team comes from the country’s best colleges and professional backgrounds,” Sanjay Joshi, Regional Managing Principal and Asia Head said in a statement.
What is ZS hiring for?
|Business Consulting||Business Technology||Business Operations|
Hiring in IT bounces back
The company joins the long list of IT companies as well as technology startups that are hiring massively in 2021 after the digital shift seen during COVID-19.
According to a recently released report by learning solutions firm TeamLease, businesses show a clear indication of recruitment drives in 2021, with a special focus on sectors like Informational Technology, Telecommunications, e-commerce and start-ups. “For the period February-April, 2021, freshers hiring intent has improved by 2.5 times from the lockdown period and as the economy opens up, it is expected to go up further,” Shantanu Rooj, Founder & CEO, TeamLease EdTech, said in a statement.
The IT sector led the jobs market in the month of January with 39%, followed by BPO 10% and Banking 6%, according to a report by jobs platform SCIKEY Market Network. Within the sector, Project Managers and Developers are highest in demand.
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