Hospitality, beauty & wellness jobs show big rise in Jan-Mar, shows data

Hospitality, beauty & wellness jobs show big rise in Jan-Mar, shows data

The Indian job market continued to show signs of recovery in the last three months with sectors such as hospitality, beauty and wellness, manufacturing, real estate, and aviation logistics showing a pick-up in hiring activity, according to data from jobs and professional networking platform, The platform, which has over 200,000 employer partners, recorded a 42% quarter-on-quarter growth in its employer base in Jan-Mar.
The beauty and wellness sector, which was one of the worst impacted sectors of the lockdown and restrictions when the Covid 19 pandemic pandemic started in 2020, showed an 80% increase in job openings in Jan-Mar compared to the previous quarter. The hospitality sector saw a 30% rise in hiring activity. IT and logistics sectors witnessed the highest hiring momentum, according to the data.

job seekers in India gave more than 3 crore interviews in the last three months, a nearly 14% jump from the Oct-Dec quarter, according to the data. This signals a further opening up of the Indian job market as business activity picks up and there is an increased confidence among organizations to deal with any future disruption by possible new waves of the pandemic.

The analysis also shows an increased participation by women in the workforce this quarter as they applied for a variety of roles and gave more than 1 crore interviews, a 20% increase in comparison to last quarter.
‘The Indian economy is on an optimistic growth trajectory this last quarter and we are certain that this year, India will finally bounce back completely from the impact of the pandemic,” Manas Singh, Chief Business Officer,, said.

The month of March logged in the maximum activity from both employers and professionals in the quarter gone by.

Even though 50% of the interviews took place in the top metros including Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Kolkata, interviews in tier II cities have increased by 30% from the last quarter.’s data shows that graduates followed by users with educational qualification under 12th and 10th gave maximum interviews in the last quarter.

While several organizations have started calling employees back to office, the trend for WFH jobs remains significant. In the last quarter noted a 2% increase in people applying for remote jobs.



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