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Higher increments on the charts as recruiters anticipate churn, shows Naukri survey

Naukri survey revealed that 57 per cent of recruiters indicated both new and replacement hiring in their organizations in the coming months till June’22 vis-a-vis 51 per cent in last year’s survey. Interestingly, 62 per cent of the recruiters expect the hiring to go back to pre-COVID levels in their organizations by June 2022.
the demand for tech-enabled skills is witnessing a consistent uptick. As per Naukri Hiring Outlook Survey, the top functional areas in which active hiring is expected in the coming months are IT (59 per cent), Business Development (43 per cent), and Marketing (36 per cent).
From an experience standpoint, recruiters foresee maximum hiring to take place for the experience band of 3-5 years (67 per cent), followed by 1-3 years (53 per cent), and 5-8 years (53 per cent).
the number of recruiters planning to roll out increments greater than 30 per cent in their respective organizations grew substantially by 60% versus the previous outlook survey conducted in July’21. It’s great news for employees as the economy continues to normalize and household consumption is expected to grow. At the same time, the number of recruiters foreseeing an increment below 10 per cent reduced from 37 per cent to 33 per cent.

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