Yahoo On A Hiring Spree In India
Despite recession Yahoo continues to recruit people in its varied offices across the cities of Bangalore, New Delhi and Pune. HR sources are saying that they are hiring only on key positions in the field of engineering, customer care, research and product management. In India it is looking to recruit around 150 positions.
Prospect For Petroleum Engineers Shining
Houston which is home to some of the best oil field exploration and gas reserves is in dire need of some highly qualified petroleum engineers. Oliver Wyman Group, famous management-consulting firm, says many of the global oil and gas companies have forecast a shortage of trained petroleum engineers till 2011. The main cause of this shortage has been attributed to sudden upsurge in exploration activities and low number of undergraduates studying petroleum engineering resulting in lower turnout of petroleum enginners in USA.
New Working Rules For IT Jobs In Japan
Planning to apply for an IT job in Japan! If so, then you need to be proficient in JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) which is the most recognised qualification and the test can be taken in the UK. If you're residing in London you can take preparatory classes at the SOAS Language Centre in London. The ability to speak Japanese can well enhance one's prospects of securing an IT job in Tokyo. But if you are unable to speak Japanese then you need to atleast demonstrate your commitment to learning the language, this can to an extent help you to secure a good job in Japan.
Shortage of IT Manpower In Germany
Germany is facing acute shortage of man power in field of IT. However, Germany’s new Immigration Act (passed in 2005) has made it easier for IT specialists to work in Germany. Majority of the IT jobs in Germany includes- developer and programmer skills such as Oracle, PHP, SAP, Java, Linux and Perl. Some of the biggest employers of IT professionals in Germany include: Microsoft, Oracle and SAP.
London School of Economics Offers Best Job Prospects For Graduates
Statistics revealed that London School of Economics topped the rankings for better job prospects for fresh graduates. Other universities in UK which continues to dominate the list of toppers include—Oxford at second position, St Andrews in third, Warwick at number four position, Edinburgh in seventh, Imperial College at number eight spot, Bath taking ninth and Loughborough in tenth position.
Women Workforce In India On Rise
With the opening of new job avenues in India the number of women working force in different areas of work has gone up. Studies reveal that 30%-35% of the entire workforce in the country comprises of women which has made India on top of the countries where women employment is high.