Industries such as pharmaceutical, manufacturing, EV, BFSI, and logistics have all seen consistent upticks in demand over the past 2-3 months. As a result, job seekers with skills in these industries will likely see increased opportunities.
Let’s dive into the job opportunities these industries will present:
In the pharmaceutical industry, organizations are focusing on extensive R&D to drive innovation and become future-ready. Hence, the job opportunities for R&D professionals in core fields such as genetics, biotechnology, clinical research, etc., will witness a rise.
There will also be demand for talent in project planning, QA, strategic management, data analysis, and global compliance.
With the shift towards Industry 4.0, automation and robotics will become an integral part of manufacturing processes. Organizations will look to hire professionals with digital skills that can help improve manufacturing efficiencies and productivity. Additionally, professionals with experience in additive manufacturing, materials science, and mechatronics will also be in demand.
The EV revolution is going on in full steam and the EV industry alone is expected to create one crore jobs by 2030 . According to Biswaroop Mukherjee, Head HR, Commercial Vehicles Unit, Tata Motors, “In the coming years, we will see continued demand for engineers in the EV industry, particularly in the areas of program management, electronic, and mechatronics engineering, and fuel cell technology.”
With the rise of digitalization in the BFSI sector, demand for professionals experienced in artificial intelligence and machine learning will significantly increase. Moreover, as blockchain technology becomes more prevalent in the finance industry, jobs related to blockchain development and implementation will be in high demand. Non-tech jobs such as digital marketing, business analytics, and risk management are also anticipated to witness healthy growth.