Month: March 2018

With the advent of the fourth industrial revolution “skill gap” is pushed to the forefront, generating unparalleled attention from recruiters and candidates alike. As per World Economic Forum, over 35% of skills will become obsolete or change in the next five years.   What does the shift mean for candidates? Employers are no longer looking […]Continue reading

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This week, the world celebrated International Women’s Day with the central theme being #PressForProgress. The initiative comes in response to the World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global Gender Gap Report findings, stating we are 217 years away from gender parity. The report studied 144 countries progress on gender parity, focusing on 4 main themes: Economic Participation […]Continue reading

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With a population of over a billion, India is an excellent market for dentists. As per National Oral Health Programme, 95% of the Indian population suffers from gum disease while only 50% use a toothbrush. Added to this a mere 2% of the population visit a dentist! While there are significant opportunities in this sector, […]Continue reading

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Every year, on an average, over 5,00,000 students graduates enter India’s job market. While the GDP of India is seeing a growth of 6.72 percent in 2017, the job market didn’t fare so well. In 2018, the job market is seeing a reprisal for economic growth, with a major push towards skill development. This measure […]Continue reading

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