Direct employment in the Automobile sector is expected to be nearly 14 million by 2022.
Between 2021 and 2022 the overall hiring intent in the automobile sector is expected to see an increased growth from a steady upward growth at 20% to a 40% growth rate, 2022 is projected to witness almost a double increase in the overall automotive recruitment intent.
Adaptability & Flexibility
Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
User Experience Designers
Data Analytics & Data Science
AVP HR, Hero Electric
Tech talent war within and outside the automobile industry keeps the talent demand high. In the next five years, the automobile industry will be loaded with smart connectivity. Since this is a disruption, there are a lot of doubts in the minds of the customer. Addressing assuring them about the technology remains of paramount importance. Acquiring talent with the right skill sets and getting them conditioned to the industry roadblocks of the electric two-wheeler segment were the main challenges we had faced in the past. We at Hero are currently hiring the right outlook and training candidates for the required skills.
AVP HR, Rico Auto
I see a clear indication of recovery. Talent demand will surge in the coming years, specifically from the fields of Automation, Electronics & Communication, Instrumentation, Digital Marketing, Digital Innovations, Analytics and Data Science.
Head HR, Ford
From an IT/ITES space there has been a sudden spurt of exponential growth during the last two year. India is a hub of the largest, diverse and the most attractive labour market in the world, closely followed by Malaysia, Philippines, China, Mexico, Brazil & Hungary. We would be witnessing a major rise in the IT, technology & Analytics talent space, for example cyber-defense. software engineering, ALIOT, ARVRML, ADAS, Big Data, etc.
Head HR, BMW
Head HR, Mahindra Electric
Executive Director HR, Ashok Leyland