FDI reforms may increase job opportunity in India - September 30, 2012

FDI reforms in India are expected to create about 10 million jobs in the next 10 years as MNCs will enter the country through foreign investments, creating a demand for profiles in sales and marketing, customer services, back end logistics, etc.

FDI reforms in India are expected to create about 10 million jobs in the next 10 years as MNCs will enter the country through foreign investments, creating a demand for profiles in sales and marketing, customer services, back end logistics, etc. Experts envisage that 3 million jobs will be created within 3 years and the Indian Staffing Firm has estimated that 4 million direct jobs and 5-6 million contractual indirect jobs will be created in the next decade.

Source:www.financialexpress.com, September 30, 2012. “Reform push to have good impact on organised employment”

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