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  • 1. TABLE OF CONTENTSEXECUTIVE SUMMARY ........................................................................................................................................... 3SECTORAL ANALYSIS ............................................................................................................................................. 5FUNCTIONAL AREA ANALYSIS ............................................................................................................................ 6CITY BASED SCENARIO .......................................................................................................................................... 7 WORK EXPERIENCE BASED ANALYSIS ............................................................................................................ 8METHODOLOGY ....................................................................................................................................................... 9ANNEXURE ....................................................................................................................................................... 10-12 2
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  • 3. SECTORAL ANALYSISMost industries which had forecasted a steadyhiring scenario in the beginning of the year, havenow started witnessing dipping hiring numbers.Construction and Engineering sector has seenthe highest month on month dip with hiringactivity going down by 13% in Aug-12 whencompared to Jul-12.Oil and Gas, BPO, Telecom and Auto Sector sawrecruitment levels dip within a range of 6% and9% respectively over the same time period.Both Software services and Insurance have seen about a 2% dip in hiring activity in Aug-12 over Jul-12. On apositive note, Banking sector has seen 13% growth in recruitment activities over the last month probablybecause of increased hiring in the Public Banks category. 4
  • 4. F UNCTIONAL A REA ANALYSISMirroring hiring trends of the Banking sector thedemand for professionals in Banking sawincreased demand over the last one month with thejob index moving up by 20% in Aug-12 whencompared to Jul-12. At the other end of thespectrum, the demand for Sales and ITESprofessionals has dipped by 6% respectivelyduring the same time period. Professionals inProject management have seen the highestmonthly dip in hiring numbers with the job speak index going down by 13% in Aug-12 over Jul-12. 5
  • 5. C ITY BASED HIRING SCENARIOAll top cities have seen lower hiringnumbers over the last one month, barringKolkata which has seen a 8% increase inhiring levels. Delhi –NCR has seen a 4% dipin the job speak index in Aug-12 whencompared to Jul-12 while Mumbai, Puneand Chennai has seen their recruitmentactivities go down by 2% respectivelyduring the same time period. Bengaluru andChennai maintained steady hiring levelsduring the same time period. 6
  • 6. W ORK - EX BASED S CENARIOThe demand for professionals across experience levels have dipped by approximately 2% in Aug-12 whencompared to Jul-12. However, professionals with over 16 years plus experience have seen steady demandduring the same time period. 7
  • 7. METHODOLOGYThe Naukri Job Speak index from Feb’10 includes both online jobs as wells as jobs acquired from existingclients by our tele-calling team. Although the tele-calling data is a relatively small component of the entire jobpostings on Naukri, addition of the same to the index gives a more holistic picture of the Indian job market.Therefore, the Job index which was till now based on the July 2008, has been realigned to take care of theeffect of the Jobs added by the tele-sales team.On the basis of job listings added to the site every month, the data shows an increase or decrease in the index.To calculate the index, job listings added to the site in July 2008 have been taken as 1000. The subsequentmonths have been indexed with data of July 2008. The monthly report shows hiring trends across industrysectors, geography and functional areas. There might be high volatility for certain fringe cases like smallercities, niche industries etc. owing to a small base, but more than 42000 clients using Naukri.com leads to highreliability of the data.Naukri Job Speak not only talks about sectors or cities but also about the total job movement on site. Thetotal jobs on site are defined as: Total Jobs: Jobs Added + Jobs RefreshedWhere a refreshed job is any job that was posted earlier, however has been refreshed during the month andtherefore indicates that the position is still open.DisclaimerThe data is only representative of the listings on Naukri.com. Our analytics team has used statisticaltechniques to derive insights which might be useful for our users/stake holders/ audiences. There may be astatistical margin of error 8
  • 8. ANNEXUREIndustry Sectors Upward movement of the index as compared to the previous month Dip in the index 9
  • 9. Functional Area Upward movement of the index as compared to the previous month Dip in the index 10
  • 10. Cities Upward movement of the index as compared to the previous month Dip in the index 11