In India, we’re more likely to find a job that fits our personality, our background and our values than in the US, where job hunting is more focused on finding a job with a higher pay.
It’s not that we don’t have a passion for technology, we just have less of it, said Gaurav Jain, a former professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
“The American workforce has a strong focus on technology, and that’s something that is very different from the Indian workforce.”
India’s job market is also getting better.
The number of people who were unemployed in the third quarter of 2019 rose to a record high of 7.2 million, according to a report from McKinsey.
And unemployment rates have fallen since the end of 2015.
The Indian economy is expected to grow at an annual rate of 8.5% in 2021, according the World Bank.
But there’s a catch.
For every job created, about 50 people are laid off, the report said.
That means that a significant share of the workforce could be laid off.
While unemployment rates in India have dropped over the past decade, it’s still a huge problem.
The country has a jobless rate of 9.3% as of last year, and unemployment in India is more than twice that.
That’s because more than half of India’s workforce is out of work.
Jain is optimistic about the future, but there are still some things that need to be addressed.
“India’s a very low-wage economy, but that doesn’t mean that the labour market is not improving,” he said.
“There are people who are not necessarily willing to accept a low wage.
In addition to the labour issues, there’s the economic problems that are related to climate change, which is a huge issue, and which has been exacerbated by the recent climate change.”
The lack of skilled labour and the economic woes have created a shortage of qualified candidates for the jobs that are being filled by the Indian economy.
And it’s a problem that’s not going away anytime soon.
To help those candidates, India’s Ministry of Human Resource Development has set up a program called the India Skills Training Program, or ISTP, that will train the best and brightest from across the country to help them find jobs in the country’s rapidly expanding tech sector.
This week, a small group of tech entrepreneurs from across India took part in the ISTP.
These students will be trained to help the Indian government fill jobs in tech-based industries, like healthcare, banking and more.
It’s a step in the right direction.
But Jain and others in the Indian tech industry are worried that this will only get worse.
He’s not alone in his worries.
The ISTP is the latest effort in India’s effort to boost its tech talent.
India has one of the world’s highest unemployment rates.
More than two-thirds of the population has been out of the labour force for more than six months.
And India has the highest youth unemployment rate in the world.
The youth unemployment in the state of Karnataka is about 20% compared to a national average of 8%.
In the past year, India has also seen a surge in the number of students going to universities abroad.
In October, India ranked among the top five countries for students heading to university abroad, with more than 10,000 Indian students studying abroad.
The government has also begun to invest in Indian universities, including the construction of an artificial lake in Bangalore that could be used for studying and research.
There are some signs that things are changing.
Since 2017, India announced it will build a solar park that will be used to study and grow renewable energy.
It also announced a $6.5 billion fund to create 1 million jobs in solar technology, along with a new government program that will provide financial assistance to start-ups.
But for those who work in India, the biggest challenge is still ahead.
“The government has to step up its game,” said Jain.
“And the only way that they can do that is by doing things right.”
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