Top Jobs in India
As a result of the economic liberalization policies of the government, India has seen a significant growth in the employment sector. Many new industries, namely the outsourcing industry, have emerged in India ensuing more job opportunities for local youth.
- The top job creating sectors will be pharmaceuticals, real estate, construction, healthcare and hospitality, IT and ITES sectors.
- According to the study conducted by Ma Foi Randstad, which covered 650 companies in 13 different sectors, total job creation is expected to touch the milestone of 2 million in 2013.
- The Naukri JobSpeak index, which measures new job creations in the market, is also showing an upward trend.
- The top cities which are likely to experience an employment growth rate of 18-20 per cent in 2013 are Pune, Kolkata and Chennai.
- Job creation in the banking and finance sector will be slow but the trends will remain steady.
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With 2013 round the corner, here we are presenting you a list of top 10 jobs in the Indian job market. The same has been compiled after taking various things into account--- most importantly salary, the respect attached to these positions and also the kind of growth attained. Let’s hope those listed below continue to rule the coming years as well:
Chartered Accountancy: Qualified chartered accountants are always in demand by business houses. Irrespective of their size, businesses will always need the services of CAs and hence, it remains a rewarding career for young professionals. They can also set up their independent firms. Certified members of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) have ample scope to shine in different fields namely banking, tax management, cost accounting, consultancy and auditing. The reason why it features at the top of the illustrious list is because the kind of respect it commands and, needless to mention, the remuneration attached to it. In a reputed company you can earn something around INR 5 –INR 7 lakhs per annum. With growing number of years the same can touch around a whopping 18 lakhs per annum.
Indian Administrative Officers: One of the most respected job profiles here, every year scores of people attempt to crack three of the toughest stages--- prelims, main and interview--- of a selection process that any other profile in the Indian job market can offer.
Financial Advisors and Financial Analysts: Owing to the unpredictable trends in economy, financial analysts in India have over the years generated considerable demand in the market. In fact around the year 2010 they emerged as one of the top 10 most sought after careers in India according to learnhub.com. With average annual salaries of INR 179,072 - INR 989,890, a career in financial analysis is definitely a force to reckon with.
Managers and MBAs: The demand for skilled and experienced managers is always on a rise. The increased demand has also led to an increase in the number of business schools in India. The fact that most of the aspirants are recruited from campuses themselves have contributed towards the popularity of these jobs. Freshers with a PDGM or MBA degree on an average can earn around INR 6- INR 10 lakhs per year with variations based on skills, work experience, industry, cost of living etc. The IIMs remain the primary target for the top companies to recruit aspiring managers.
Modeling and Acting: The media and entertainment industry, besides the fashion industry in India is growing at an exponential rate with every passing year. With a sea of opportunities to make your mark as actors or models in ramp shows, ads, television serials, short films, films, billboards, fashion magazines etc today’s youngsters are raring to make a mark in the world of glitz and glamor. In TV shows experienced actors can charge something like INR 10,000- INR 2, 00, 000 per episode on an average, while starters can pocket around INR 2,000 – 10,000 per episode. Films on the other hand promise better remunerations depending on the stature of actor and the industry. Pay packets are equally impressive in the modeling industry as well with famous names charging up to INR 50,000 per assignment as well. Lately with the blurring of strict demarcations between industries where actors are easily navigating into the modeling world (ramp shows and endorsements) and vice versa, the scope to earn more is greater.
IT and software: Globalization has seen the birth of outsourcing industry in India and it is currently ruling the Indian job market creating thousands of jobs every year. The IT sector comprises both software and IT enabled services. Factors like substantial availability of English literate graduates and cost effective environment have encourage the outsourcing industry to flourish in the south Asian country. Some of the most sought after careers in the IT sector are of software developer, software engineer, Quality Assurance (QA) engineer etc. Depending upon their profile and company, software professionals can expect a pay package of INR 7 to INR 8 lakhs annually. The salary can even go up to INR 1 lakh per month as well.
Healthcare: Healthcare is always considered as one of the most sought after careers in India and it is also among the highest paying professions. Also it is one of the fastest evolving sectors in India, with an estimated figure of US 150 million dollars in 2017. The earnings of employed doctors are pegged at INR 4- INR 6 lakhs per year, while those involved in private practice can earn differently. Regular medical supervision has become a need for most of us today with growing complexities in our lives. Psychologists, counselors, orthopedic surgeons, dentists, gynecologists have the scope to earn the best, while nurses are also in for decent payments as well.
Defense: The security afforded by government jobs is one of the main reasons behind their popularity in India. However, being a part of the Indian Defense is a different ballgame altogether. The pride in sacrificing your life for your nation governs your choice here and every year there have been thousands of Indians bracing this challenge.
Consultants: These individuals are in great demand in various industries starting from Information Technology, Financial Services, banking, Software etc.
Aviation: Recently Indian aviation industry has witnessed exponential growth with the introduction of budget airlines. Also many international airlines have introduced their flights from India, which has opened wide range of career options for young professionals. Remuneration in aviation industry can range between INR 7,000,000 and INR 9,500,000 depending upon the job profile.
At entry level pilots and flight engineers can earn between INR 4,000,000 and INR 5,000,000. Stewardesses and stewards can earn an annual salary of INR 400,000 to 600,000. Salary for ground traffic controllers ranges between INR 500,000 and INR 600,000.
Oil and Natural Gas industry: Indian oil industry has undergone severe modernization. It is currently the highest profit maker of the country. Hence, the industry offers great career options to aspirants. Professionals working in this sector are also one of the highest salary earners. At the entry-level one can expect a pay package of INR 350,000 to 400,000 lakhs par annum along with perks and added benefits, which can easily add up to INR 120,000.
SAP Consultants: As businesses are becoming more technically dependent SAP and ERP professionals are experiencing very high demand. To become a SAP professional one needs to earn a certificate in managing the software. Qualified ERP managers and SAP professionals can earn between INR 6 lakhs to INR 12 lakhs depending upon their designation and experience.
Law: The changing economic scenario of the country has also initiated the demand for legal professionals at different segments of the society. Currently law graduates experience high demand for corporate and patent law experts along with other categories of law. For qualified legal professionals salary is not a constraint. To become successful in this profession one needs to be hardworking and possess detailed understanding of national and international laws.
The aviation and hospitality industries hold the promise of a great future for individuals--- the reason why they attract young minds so easily. High salaries, excellent perks and global exposure are reckoned as instant allurements.
** Salaries are subject to change with time and may vary according to company policies and other factors.