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KERALA: Indian job seekers are trying to find a way into India despite the fact that the country does not have enough job openings to fill.
According to a report by ETN, job seekers from across the country have resorted to job hunting in an attempt to find work in the country.
Employers have been trying to lure them to the country by offering a wide range of jobs, ranging from casual work to full-time positions.
One of the companies which has been offering the job hunting has been Kolkata-based JobHunt International, which offers job hunting for both the male and female candidates.
The company said that the job hunt is now more than 10,000 jobs, and that it is targeting Indian jobseekers with an eye towards the upcoming 2019-20 Indian presidential elections.
“We have already started to fill up a large number of vacancies,” said Amit Kumar, Vice President of JobHunt India.
“It is also in the interest of Indian companies to have a job hunt so that they can hire more workers.”
According to Amit Kumar of Jobhunt India, job hunting is becoming increasingly popular in the market due to the government’s decision to make the Indian labour market a job-based system.
Job seekers from around the world are being lured by job postings and job opportunities, which tend to be much cheaper than the current job market in India.
India’s economy has experienced some significant growth in the last two years, with the economy growing by 9.6% in 2019-2020, according to the latest data from the National Statistical Council (NSC).
Job seekers are looking for work as fast as they can, and they can find opportunities in the labour market through online and tele-marketing platforms.
The number of job seekers is rising across the globe, according the report.
According the report, India’s job market is currently the second largest in the world behind the US, with job seekers entering India at a rate of 6,000 people per day, or 2,500 per day.
Jobseekers are searching for jobs at any age group, including the younger ones, as many employers are finding that the younger workers are more eager to get the job and find a job than the older workers.
Employees from India have also found jobs that are easier to find.
“It is quite easy to find jobs, especially in the hospitality sector.
For example, a guest could find a position as a cook, which is quite a nice job for the younger worker, while a guest with a higher salary might find a place as a waiter, which can be a bit more demanding,” said Sridhar Kumar, co-founder of Job Hunt India.
Employment agencies in India, however, do not want job seekers to think that they will be in India for a long time.
According a report in the Economic Times, the recruitment of Indian job hunters is a big challenge for the government.
The government has been trying for years to make India a job seeker-friendly country.
Recently, it has started a programme to recruit Indians into jobs that they have been seeking in other countries.
But as India is not yet a job hunting country, job hunters are being wary of going to the official job search sites.