Most companies in India today, in whichever sphere they operate, are beefing up their IT capabilities. Banks have been compelled to do so as customers prefer transactions on the app or online.
All of this is creating abundant work opportunities for software professionals, especially at a time when the IT service sector is facing an uncertain global environment. Unlike in the past, the majority of tech-related openings, posted across job sites today, are from non-tech companies.
A major public sector bank recently said it is gearing up to be a major IT-driven powerhouse. A few days before that, Dabur became India’s first FMCG firm to complete cloud migration. Earlier this year, Boeing declared it would open its new and second-largest campus outside its global headquarters in Virginia, at Aerospace Park in Bengaluru.
India’s IT industry today employs close to 5.5 million employees. As per a recent report from talent solutions provider Careernet, the emerging EV sector is set to create 5 million direct jobs and 30 million indirect jobs, for technology professionals, by 2030.
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