Delhi, the city has always lived up to the title of national capital given to it long back. The city since the time has grown manifolds on many standards. For years, it has been a center of attraction for those finding jobs and seeking better education. Many consider it an ideal destination to settle down and many find it ideal to live their dreams. So, let's discover more about the city and know how well can it be to move to Delhi.
The city can get you started
Soon after completing the degree, every student looks forward to a city that has suitable opportunities to get him/her started. Delhi surely fits into that criteria and the national capital region makes a great contribution to this. Besides the job sector of Delhi, the opportunities being created in NCR, majorly in Noida and Gurgaon turn out to be the reasons for many making a move to Delhi in search of a job. Besides many public and private sector jobs in Delhi, many other alluring job openings await the engineering aspirants, MBA graduates and commerce graduates in the national capital region. Especially with the advent of IT and BPO, the job market here has become more promising. Besides, the other sectors like telecom, construction, banking, human resources, fast moving consumer goods, advertising, and event management also create new career opportunities in the city.
In the year 2013, Delhi was on the top among the cities creating new jobs. Delhi created 1.39 lakh jobs last years, and this year too, the hiring trends in the city seem to be favouring the job seekers' fortune.
Your dream job awaits you in NCR
NCR, the national capital region looks enriched, both in terms of infrastructure and job opportunities. If you still haven't found your dream job, you may surely look for one here. The reason behind this is the expanding job market of Noida and Gurgaon that employ a significant percentage of the working professionals staying in Delhi. If we consider Gurgaon's job market, it holds numerous job opportunities for entrants as well as the experienced professionals.
Gurgaon, whereas has turned out to be a potential market for those seeking jobs in BPOs, banking, construction, digital and many other sectors, Noida has positioned itself as an IT hub. Both the job hubs house small to large sized companies and many multinational brands. Some of the international brands based here include Coca-Cola, Pepsi, IBM, American Express, Agilent Technologies, Microsoft, and Bank of America. Further, if we consider the job market of Noida, it is home to many large software and business process outsourcing companies. Besides, some prominent brands having their corporate offices in Noida include Reliance Infrastructure, NTPC Limited, Tata Power, Gas Authority of India Limited, Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Oil India Limited, and Samsung Engineering.
The above scenario puts forward a clear picture of Delhi and NCR's job space. The job market here seems to be pacing up with more reputed brands coming in.