Although layoffs and hiring freezes in Indian IT are expected to continue in 2018, it is not as hopeless as it seems. There were 56,000 employees laid off last year, but the high demand for skilled workers in new technologies remains strong. Jobs which involve machine learning, artificial intelligence, and big data are at the top of the pack recently.
This trend will continue to gain momentum through 2018, and the sector is predicted to add 180,000 to 200,000 new positions. The general manager at TeamLease Services, a recruitment firm, AlkaDhingra, said it would include startups as well as large services companies.
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Karan Baja, the managing director at IBM India, said the coming year would show organizations expanding into data to create a real-life impact. The cloud platform merged with disruptive technologies like cognitive, AI, blockchain, IoT, security, and data analytics will be the strength of companies wanting to scale up and be relevant in the future.
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