Demand for white-collar gig roles increases in March, shows foundit jobs report
The demand for gig workers in white-collar jobs in India increased by 11% YoY in March. The white-collar job posting activity also showed a rise of just 2% YoY in March, whereas it declined 1% month-on-month. Industries such as retail, travel, and tourism exhibited a yearly increase in hiring demand, whereas import and export had a 12-13% dip and IT, telecoms, and manufacturing had a 3-4% decline month-on-month
Source | economictimes.indiatimes.com | Rica Bhattacharyya, ET Bureau
Demand for gig workers increased in the white-collar jobs market in March at a time when several companies across industry sectors have adopted a cautious approach to hiring amid global macroeconomic uncertainty and rising inflation, showed a jobs report by foundit (previously Monster APAC & ME), a Quess company
The Insights Tracker report released Tuesday shows rising demand for gig workers in the white-collar space with a surge of 11% year-on-year.
This comes as the white-collar hiring in India showed a tad 2% rise in job posting activity in March compared to a year ago, while on a month-on-month basis, job posting activity declined by