Around 4000 jobs posted every day during the festive season’22: Report
Bengaluru: There was an uptick in demand for professionals with around 2 lakh job opportunities being created especially by the SMB’s and MSME’s during the festive season (1st September 2022 – 27 October 2022), according to jobs platform & professional network apna.
Apna also witnessed an increase in its employer base seeking the right talent for various job roles, a majority of these employers were small and medium-sized businesses in October’22 indicating an interest amongst professionals to look for better job opportunities during the festive season.
In fact, during the festive season, on an average 4000 jobs were posted every day.
apna.co is the trusted partner of more than 3 lakh employers from across the country, the company said.
Cities including Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Chennai and Indore witnessed a massive increase in the employer base during the festive season 2022.
Roles such as business development, telemarketing and sales also witnessed a growing demand with metro cities like Delhi-NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru leading the demand.
With over 2.6 crore users on the platform, the top most popular job categories amongst professionals included Telecalling, Field Sales, Delivery Person, Data Entry Operator etc. during this festive season.
Over the past three months, apna.co facilitated over 1 crore job applications for various job roles across industries, the company said.
The professional networking & jobs platform also registered around 11 lakh new users on its app during the festive season. A majority of new users registered from cities such Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Indore and Bengaluru.
Women participation in the workforce also increased during the season with around 28 lakh job applications, especially from cities such as Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Women applied for more jobs than men this time, especially for roles such as Telecalling / BPO / Telesales, Receptionist / Front Office / Help Desk Admin and Office Assistants.
With festive perks, higher compensation and added benefits, logistics and delivery became one of the popular jobs amongst professionals this year.
The category recorded a 21 percent increase in job applications in the last 6 months.
Delivery was a trending job role in cities like Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, Indore and Bengaluru this season.
Industries such as ecommerce, food and hospitality hired maximum gig professionals this season with popular platforms including Swiggy, Zomato, Zepto, and Licious being the top recruiters during the season.
A huge post-covid demand also led to more job openings in other major industries during this year’s festivities.
One such industry was hospitality as well as the beauty and wellness industry wherein apna.co witnessed a massive 65 percent increase in new employers in comparison to the same time last year creating a plethora of opportunities for the professionals in the industry.
Commenting on growth during the festivities, Manas Singh, Chief Business Officer, apna, said “Festive season is the time for Indian companies to hire professionals in order to maximise their business creating a pool of opportunities for professionals across the industry.
The season’s data reflects how the Indian economy is getting back on track and we are glad to become the trusted bridge to connect the employers with their workforce.”
Amongst 76 cities, apna observed an increase in demand for jobs from Metro cities Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Kolkata and Tier II cities like Hyderabad, Pune, Lucknow, Patna and Ahmedabad.
apna’s job platform leverages a sophisticated algorithm that matches candidates with employers taking into account their skills, experience and preferences.
The app comprises 70+ communities for skilled professionals like carpenters, painters, telecallers, field sales agents, delivery personnel and others.
apna communities have enabled users to grow their professional networks, upskill through peer learning and find gig opportunities.
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