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  • 'Passionate' Most Overused Word in LinkedIn Profiles
    The findings are part of professional networking site LinkedIn's latest annual list of the most overused words and phrases on the professional network site.
  • US' Sealed Air to Increase India Staff by 50%
    Indian economy under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi seems proactive and serious about reforms, however 'ease of doing business' in India still remains a concern among global players, Mr Peribere said.
  • Hiring Activity Rises 10% in December: Naukri.com
    A city-wise analysis shows all metro cities registered an increase in hiring activity in December 2014 when compared with December 2013.
  • Indian Start-Ups May Create 2.5 Lakh Jobs in 5 Years
    With more than 3,000 tech/ digital start-ups, India is the fourth largest base for new companies, the trade body said.
  • 10 Lakh New Jobs, Up To 40% Salary Hike Seen In 2015
    It may be a bumper new year for the job market, with India Inc planning to create close to 10 lakh new jobs and dole out pay hikes of up to 40 per cent for best performers in 2015.
  • LinkedIn Reveals 25 Hottest Skills in US
    Professional networking website LinkedIn has revealed 25 hottest skills that were in demand in the US this year. LinkedIn analysed the skills and experience data in over 330 million member profiles to gather the data.
  • LinkedIn Reveals 25 Hottest Skills in Demand
    Professional networking website LinkedIn has revealed 25 hottest skills that were in demand in 2014. LinkedIn analyzed the skills and experience data in over 330 million member profiles to gather the data.
  • Coca-Cola May Cut Up to 2,000 Jobs Globally
    The job cuts are part of Coke's $3 billion cost-cutting program, which it announced in October after posting a 14 per cent drop in third-quarter profit, according to the Journal.
  • OLA Cabs, Flipkart Major Recruiters in IIT-Madras Placement
    According to him, Mumbai-based OLA Cabs and e-commerce portal Flipkart were ranked first and second in offering placements to 32 and 18 students, respectively.
  • Oxford Overtakes Cambridge as UK's Best Research University
    According to an analysis of the study done by 'Research Fortnight', Oxford University is set to take the largest share of allocated university funding, after almost half of the research produced by its 2,400 academic staff was given the top four-star rating by panels of judges and experts in each subject, while the output of University College London's 2,600 staff placed it above Cambridge's 2,100.
  • IIT-Indore Student Offered Rs 1.7 Crore Salary Package by Google
    Gaurav Agarwal, a student of B Tech final year in Computer Science and Engineering, has accepted the attractive offer made by Google, a spokesperson of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Indore told PTI today.
  • 'Acche Din' for Jobs; Companies Plan to Hire More, Pay More in 2015
    On the platter for the job market, the companies are promising an estimated 3-5 lakh new jobs, an increase of 15-20 per cent in headcount and average pay hike of 10-12 per cent that can go up to 30 per cent for certain roles and sectors.
  • Public Sector Bankers Paid 'Very Poorly', Says SBI Chief
    Bankers are paid poorly in India as compared to their counterparts elsewhere in the world, she said.
  • IIT-Bombay Student Bags Rs 2 Crore Package From Facebook
    An IIT-Bombay student has claimed to have received a job offer of Rs 2 crore from social networking site Facebook.
  • India Most Optimistic on Hiring Plans for January-March 2015: Survey
    According to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released today by ManpowerGroup, this is the fourth time in a row that employers in India have reported the most optimistic hiring plans among the 42 countries participated in the quarterly research.

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