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A Detailed Report on Internet Business Industry and Jobs in 2022

The third edition of the Decoding Jobs Industry Sectoral Report for the Internet Business sector includes the global and Indian sector outlook for the industry. It also discusses the government initiatives that are shaping the job landscape, how business organizations can build capabilities through skilling, and the key hiring trends impacting the sector. You can check insights of last year’s Internet Business 2021 Sectoral Report.

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Did You Know

By 2034, India is expected to surpass the US and become the world's 2nd largest ecommerce market.

Sneak Peak

Internet Business Sector’s hiring intent: 78% leaders express a positive hiring intent for 2022.

The leaders from the ecommerce and edtech sectors have expressed that the high positive growth witnessed in 2021 will only continue to grow in 2022.

Top skills in demand:

  • Blockchain

  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning

  • Cloud Computing

  • Data analytics and Reasoning

  • Cyber Security

  • SEO knowledge

  • Customer Relation Skills

  • Enterprise Resource Planning

Leaders Speak

Sriram V


Organizations which are mature, are building their talent pool. They will have minimal impact in the crazy talent cycle that we are going through. Companies will be forced to look at the talent requirement for the next three or four years and invest in building the required skill set.

Sriram V,

Ketan Krishna

People Head,

The adoption of technology is a significant shift. People are getting used to working with a lot of tech enablement rather than manager enablement. The shift in the overall performance management has come from ‘how hard you are working’ to ‘how much of an impact are you creating.

Ketan Krishna,
People Head,

Binni Rai

Head HR Operations & HR Business Partner,
Times Internet

Covid was a blessing in disguise as it enabled people to sit at their native places and connect with their family as well as work peacefully without the hassle of daily office commute . The geographical barrier was removed, and we had access to more diverse talent. In terms of various businesses, sports was one of the hits because of the delay in IPL and various such sports tournaments. But if we talk about OTT, music, and entertainment, they experienced a boom.

Binni Rai,
Head HR Operations & HR Business Partner,
Times Internet

Key Contributors

Darshith Satheesh

Head HR, Portea

Prasad Rao

Head TA, Uber

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