According to the report, drivers, repair managers, electricians, warehouse workers, inspectors/packers, landscapers, garbage collectors, floor workers, machinists, technicians, and electricians will continue to be in high demand.
Domestic workers come from vulnerable communities and disadvantaged areas. Most of them are poor, illiterate, unskilled, and do not understand the urban labor market. Domestic work is undervalued, underpaid, and poorly regulated.
Lack of wages, working conditions and set working hours, workplace violence, abuse, victimization by traffickers or employment agencies, forced displacement, lack of social security measures, and consequent lack of opportunities for skill development Stagnation.
According to a report by talent management firm Avsar, “Demand will primarily come from sectors such as logistics and mobility, e-commerce, facilities management, information technology, retail, and fast food restaurants, manufacturing, and banking and financial services.”
The study also revealed that Delhi (15%), Bangalore (14%), Mumbai (13%), Hyderabad (8%), and Pune (7%) were the main job providers for workers. In terms of gender, the workforce has undergone several changes over the years. The number of women seeking employment is increasing, and reports show that more than 30% of workers seeking employment are women. Therefore, the current ratio of men to women in blue-collar jobs is 42:58.
“The post-Covid job market is certainly growing. The hiring scenario specifically across blue-collar workers remains progressive. Despite the unstable global economic conditions and impact of the Russia-Ukraine war, the Indian economy is optimistic about its growth prospects,” said Navneet Singh, CEO, of Avsar.