Indian professionals

2 in 5 Indian professionals not optimistic about jobs soon: LinkedIn survey

2 in 5 Indian professionals not optimistic about jobs soon: LinkedIn survey

The findings showed that 41 per cent of enterprise professionals think their companies will do better in the next six months, while 63 pe...Read More

After work from home, it's time to learn from home for Indian professionals

After work from home, it's time to learn from home for Indian professionals

As per a survey, to give a boost to their careers, around 63% Indian professionals will increase the amount of time spent on online learn...Read More

62 percent Indian professionals feel ‘daunted’ by rapid pace of changing skills: LinkedIn

62 percent Indian professionals feel ‘daunted’ by rapid pace of changing skills: LinkedIn

the skills needed to succeed are changing rapidly and demand for talent with rising skills is three-times that of the rest of the talent ...Read More

Indians likely to benefit from merit-based policy

Indians likely to benefit from merit-based policy

Washington: US President Trump has unveiled a new merit and points-based immigration policy that replaces the existing green cards with ‘...Read More

30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas

30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas

London: Over 30,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the UK government to stop “abusing” a national security clause to de...Read More

PM should get US assurance  on H-1B visa before trip: Congress

PM should get US assurance on H-1B visa before trip: Congress

New Delhi : The Congress on Thursday said during his visit to the US, Prime Minister Narendra Modi should “demand and obtain credible and...Read More

32% Indian professionals land job via social networks

32% Indian professionals land job via social networks

New Delhi: Thirty-two per cent of professionals in India land a new job through social networks that help candidates access information a...Read More

No Time-Out: Indian professionals on round-the-clock duty

No Time-Out: Indian professionals on round-the-clock duty

Pramita Bose profiles Indians that rarely get a break & work for 24 * 7 contingencies.

US visa fee hike: Govt against discrimination towards Indian professionals

US visa fee hike: Govt against discrimination towards Indian professionals

New Delhi: Against the backdrop of hike in visa fee by the US, the government today said it is against discrimination towards Indian prof...Read More

UAE is top destination for Indian professionals: Study

UAE is top destination for Indian professionals: Study

Dubai: ndia has emerged as the top source country for professionals in the UAE, which attracts most migrating professionals in the world,...Read More

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