Looking for internships and blue-collar jobs? Here’s how you can find them

May 20, 2023

By: Ananya Tawakley

Internships and informal jobs

Internships and job opportunities can seem very elusive if you are fresh out of college. Finding a job in the informal sector can be equally daunting. Here is a list of portals that can help you access blue-collar jobs and internships across different fields in various cities.

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​Quikr Jobs is a platform that allows you to search for jobs like electrician, beautician, driver, and office assistant amongst others. It also shows openings for freshers in different cities.​

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​Kaam24 aims to connect and bridge the gap between employers and blue-collared/entry-level job seekers. It aspires to “ ‘build a system where the untapped potential of blue/grey-collared workers gets fair recognition from employers”.​

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Work India

Work India facilitates blue and grey-collar hiring by recruiters. It says it has “ built a recruitment ecosystem that eliminates middlemen, fraudulent jobs, and vulgar jobs, ensuring genuine employees and employers.”

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Job Nukkad

Job Nukkad is an online portal where you can apply for jobs like maid, babysitter, cook, caretakers etc. It covers Mumbai, Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. It claims to let you hire any of these workers by paying ₹499.

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Internshala is a free platform for internships in different spaces like NGOs, engineering and media. It offers training and paid placement- guaranteed courses like data science and digital marketing.

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Zuno by Foundit

​Formerly called Monster Jobs, Foundit has a special platform called Zuno that is for paid internships and fresher jobs. It is currently offering a summer internship fest.​

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​Freshersworld, a TeamLease company, is a portal to help candidates achieve their first dream job. It offers jobs and internships by education level, company and by job role.​

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​Letsintern describes itself as “a platform for students to connect to organisations, career services and each other”. It offers internships, training with Letsintern courses and assistance from their experts.​

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​Hellointern ​

Hellointern was created in 2006 at IIT Bombay by four students. It offers free resources like internships, online training and assistance to organisations to foster effective ecosystems.

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