Vol. I – Edureka Career Watch – 12th Jan. 2019

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Vol. I – Edureka Career Watch – 12th Jan. 2019

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“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius

The job market is always buzzing with new information. Unfortunately, most of this news goes unnoticed because people tend to focus on other, more pressing matters. Edureka Career Watch aims to help you keep a track of all the latest developments of job openings and career trends in the IT industry right now. This digest will act as the weekly pill that will help you stay on top of your career goals and aspirations.

So, without further ado, let’s look at the top developments in job trends and careers this week that our career watch spiders have managed to pick up.

More than 400,000 Potential Job Openings in India

A recent report by Financial Express points towards the fact that there might be more than 400,000 job opportunities in the Indian sub-continent across different sectors. These openings comprise of not just big players in the IT industry like Tata Consultancy Services, Tech Mahindra etc, but also the sunrise sector. As the number of startups in India is hitting new highs every year, and investors keep backing these innovative companies almost on a daily basis, job opportunities seem to be opening up in almost every leading domain including automation, DevOps, manufacturing, and many more

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via Financial Express

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Job Openings Outnumber Unemployed Workers in the United States

The gap between job openings and unemployed workers is increasing in the US by the day, according to a recent report by Reuters. Additionally, these trends are not confined to any one particular region of the country. In fact, almost all regions across the States are seeing similar inclinations. According to the report, there were about 7.1 million job openings across the country, a figure almost 1 million more than the number of unemployed workers, across sectors. This trend has been in play since mid-July 2018 and seems to only be increasing the gap between openings and unemployed workers.

via Reuters

Dell on a Hiring Spree, Lists almost 40 Openings Globally

One of the biggest players in the technology space, Dell has been on a hiring spree recently. Just this week, the tech giant has posted almost 40 job openings across its different operating locations including China, India, the United States, the Middle-East, and Japan. Job openings seem to range anywhere from early professionals to decision-makers and strategists. These include roles in data analysis, data science, business operations, software development and testing, marketing, and many more.

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Via Dell

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Job Openings in Australia Hit a Record High

Similar to trends in the US, job openings in Australia have hit a new high in three months. According to the Australian Bureau of Statisticsvacancies in the Oceanic country rose by 1.7% to 242,900. This is the highest ever recorded level in this region. According to a similar report, many major firms are facing difficulty in finding and onboarding skilled professionals because of several reasons, one of the major being skill-gap.

via Business Insider

JPMorgan Chase is Actively Looking for Analysts in India

The investment banking giant, JPMorgan Chase & Co. is actively looking for professionals skilled in data analytics across India for its offices in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Hyderabad. Openings include major profiles like that of the L3 Support Analyst, Business Systems Analyst, and more. The job descriptions range from early professionals to mid-senior-level ones.

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via JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Make full use of Edureka Career Watch’s expertise in the education and career counseling space. Speak with our course advisors today to get a clearer picture of your career path and more. Call us at:  IND: +91-960-605-8406 / US: 1-833-855-5775 (toll-free).

These were the major news stories related to job openings and career trends in the market this week. If you have any questions, suggestions or there are any specific topics you’d like us to cover, feel free to hit us up in the comments section below. Edureka Career Watch will be back next week with the top stories that you need to know about. So, make sure you are subscribed to our blog through the subscription box below and never miss these important updates.

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