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The country's information technology industry is undergoing revolutionary changes in demand for modern digital capabilities.
In addition to increasing wear and tear on some of America's most popular tech giants, job seekers are currently negotiating better wage deals with an average of three or four companies at the same time.
In addition, with the COVID-19 pandemic increasing demand for specialized digital skills and supply shortages, these employees were asked 50-70% or more to participate in the campaign.
A lot of money for qualified IT job seekers.
Trak.in told readers on Wednesday that more than 75,000 newcomers from tech giants TCS, Infosys and Wipro will be hired on campus this fiscal year.
In the second quarter of fiscal year 21, the country's tech industry recovered from the disaster of the Covid-19 pandemic and underwent an intense and complete transformation of its online business.
Otherwise, the pandemic has accelerated a surge in demand for skilled technicians with specialized digital skills that companies are willing to pay a high price for the position.
Yeshab Giri, Director of Randstad India, said:"Covid has opened up IT in a big way. There are so many opportunities on the digital side. Now, everyone is willing to pay big bucks for good IT talent because the demand is huge and supply is less”.
"Hiring in the IT sector is at its peak and candidates are getting exorbitant offers and better roles across the industry”, said Ratna Gupta, senior director of technology, ABC Consulting.
Bangalore-based tech giant Infosys is set to kick off its next pay rise in July 2021. This is the second wage increase in six months, and the first increase will take effect on January 1, 2021.
This series represents an increase in business volume and associated wear and tear.
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