The job prospects in a developing country are heavily dependent on the economy of the country. The economic status of the country is one of the most salient factors responsible for the deprivation of jobs in India. A sluggish economy is bound to harm the prospects of millions of people looking for jobs. On the other hand, a buoyant and a robust economy results in an overall development of the industry which results in the generation of countless jobs for the educated people in the country.
The Buoyant Economy
In our country, the economy is on the threshold of unprecedented development and is poised for a spectacular growth in the forthcoming years. Economic researchers have predicted a boom in the economy that is expected to spearhead the industrial growth in almost all the spheres of the industry. This thrust in the economic status of the country has ensured creation of a plethora of jobs in India. There are several sectors that have displayed a massive growth in terms of job employment such as Hospitality, Insurance, Business Process Outsourcing, Retail, Bio Medical Engineering and the Information Technology sectors. However, there has been a phenomenal increase in IT jobs in India mainly due to the burgeoning IT Sector in the Indian industry.
The Information Technology Sector
In the present scenario, the IT Sector in the country has massive job openings for prospective job seekers. It is not only the job seekers that are exploring job possibilities, rather companies in the corporate sector are also are scouting for the best talent available in the country. The IT sector has vast openings for people who prefer to join as System Analysts, Software Developers, System Administrators, Network Security Managers and the Chief Information Officer which is the top of the line job in the corporate sector.
One of the aspects of the growth of the IT sector has been in the area of Infrastructure Management and Support, where the IT companies are required to provide 24 x 7 support to their clients in Infrastructure Management and System Administration support. The customer delineates his specific requirements based on which the company providing the essential support recruits the manpower accordingly. This CatID of highly technical support involves intensive hiring of technically qualified people having adequate professional experience to cater to the specific requirements of the client. One of the significant factors that corporate companies look for in a prospective candidate is a positive attitude since a persons healthy and positive attitude plays a pivotal role in enabling him to carry out his job responsibilities on a daily basis.