What skills are employers looking for, and how can international students prove they′ve got them?

Employers often refer to the skills gap when talking about hiring new graduates. This is the difference between the skills employers would like their employees to have and what skills employees have. The way to bridge this gap is to understand not only what graduate employers are looking for, but how your current skills match this and how you can increase your experience to meet their expectations.

International student website Study International highlight the top skills employers are looking for in the graduates they employ. Today we’re looking at how international students and graduates can use their international status to showcase these skills and how to gain further experience that will show employers that you mean business!


By Jen Garmston Published: September 13, 2019

Top 10 technology careers for 2016 in India

Working in technology industry is great career, no matter how you look at it: Interesting work, high salaries and lots of opportunity. However, some tech jobs are better than others.

Glassdoor just sifted through its enormous database of employee reviews to come up with a list of the Top 25 jobs, across all industries. It rated them by looking at the median annual base salary, number of job opening available, and how various people in those jobs rated the "career opportunity". They combined all that into an overall "job score."

Here's a list of the Top 10 tech jobs, culled from the cross-industry list of the Top 25, along with the median base salary employees report in those jobs. (The salary number excludes bonuses, stock, and other benefits).


By Business insider
Published: February 15, 2016

Youth is urged to go for self-employment in India

Agpur: Union minister for skill development and training Rajiv Pratap Rudy feels that self-employment is the best way to address the issue of unemployment in the country.


By The Times of India
Published: February 02, 2016

Job opportunities are believed good in India

According to the survey from Michael Page's second India Job Confidence Index for fourth quarter of 2015, released today, a large number of Indians are optimistic about the employment scenario in the country.


By Money Control
Published: January 30, 2016

Tier-II cities to be major job creator in India

According to a recent Monster India's whitepaper, that analysed online hiring activity data of 5 years, the push on 'Make in India' and the plan to create 100 smart cities is expected to increase hiring in manufacturing and commerce as well as in the infrastructure sector, following which tier-II cities are expected to be among the largest contributors.


By DNA India
Published: January 19, 2016

More hiring, better hikes: India Job market eyes e-push in 2016

NEW DELHI: High on hope street, the job market promises pay hikes in the range of 10-30 per cent and aggressive hiring by the private sector in 2016, but a push will need to come from e-commerce and 'Make in India'.

Another boost can come from the Seventh Pay Commission, which will trigger a big hike in salaries of the government employees, and a domino's effect can be seen on pay packets of many in the private sector as well.


By India Times
Published: January 11, 2016