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  • IIM Calcutta Placement Sets New Record With Average Salary Of Rs 28 Lakh
    IIM Calcutta 2020 Placement Package: Average package of the top quartile of the class was at Rs 41.8 lakh per annum while the median salary stood at Rs 25.5 lakh, IIM Calcutta said.
  • Software engineer's job the best: study
    A reporter's job figures among the ten worst professions, alongside the likes of butchers, waiters and dishwashers, as per a new study by the US-based consultancy CareerCast
  • Only 21 per cent MBAs in India are employable: study
    The students were tested for verbal ability, quantitative ability and reasoning by using internationally standardized tests on behalf of recruiting companies.
  • Unemployment to remain high till 2013-end as economy struggles: OECD
    Low-skilled people are expected to bear the brunt, Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development said.
  • As Europe struggles, young job-seekers suffer most
    The youth unemployment rate is nearly 53 percent in Greece, 51.5 percent in Spain and 35 percent in Italy.
  • Facebook inching towards job recruiting
    Facebook will become a recruiter by launching its own job board after teaming with existing job-posting companies, the sources said. With the rise of LinkedIn - and its aggressive moves into social-networking functionality - having Facebook enter the fray is an obvious play for them. According to recent estimates, the job-posting market is worth about $4.3 billion and everyone would like to have a piece of it.
  • 60 per cent employees wish they had chosen a different career
    If given another chance, most workers would choose a different career path, a new US survey has found.
  • Economic slowdown may take toll on job opportunities: FICCI
    About one-fourth of the 150 companies that participated in the survey "believed that investments will go down in the next six months", as compared to only 11 per cent in the last quarter of 2011-12.
  • How poor grammar negatively impacts your career
    While employees are often given extensive inductions into company processes, basic grammar and spelling are ignored.
  • Want a promotion? Start bragging about work
    Bragging about your work can get you a promotion, says a new study on how leaders are chosen in a group.
  • Indian IT companies among 10 worst paymasters in world
    Indian companies are among the world's 10 lowest paying employers in the IT space, with their mid-to-senior level staff getting an average salary of $38,767 (about Rs 21.5 lakh) per annum -- less than one-fourth of the IT pay package at globally top-paying Swiss firms.
  • Hinduja Global to hire 4,000 this year
    Hinduja Global Solutions, the BPO arm of the diversified Hinduja Group, plans to hire about 3,000-4,000 people in the current fiscal. The company, which sees the global economic slowdown opening up more opportunities for the sector, also plans to open new centres in Canada and London.
  • India's business schools get tough lesson in supply and demand
    A boom in India's management education sector that saw the number of business schools triple to almost 4,000 over the last five years has ended as students find expensive courses are no guarantee of a well-paid job in a slowing economy.
  • BHEL to recruit 5,000 in next five years
    Heavy engineering major BHEL planned to recruit 5,000 employees for posts ranging from artisans to plant engineers and management executives over the next five years, a senior company official has said.
  • Hiring turns sluggish in August: Report
    Leading job portal Naukri.com's monthly job index dropped to 1,145 in August from 1,197 in July. The index indicates a sense of hiring activities online.

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