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With the massive shift to digital working and rising reliance on IT and IT skills, the sector continued to grow in 2021. This report examines the key hiring trends, best practices, and challenges in the IT industry, which will have profound effects on the IT sector today and in the coming year.Check insights of last year’s IT 2021 Sectoral Report.

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Did You Know

An additional 3 Million new IT positions will be created in the future bringing India's tech force to a total of 7 Million by 2023.

Sneak Peak

IT Sector’s hiring intent: 80% employers expressed a positive hiring intent for 2022.

The leaders from the Information Technology sector have expressed a positive intent towards IT hiring for the current year. Overall, the IT industry showed growth towards the end of 2021 and the same.

Top skills in demand:

  • Cloud Computing

  • Automation

  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Leaders Speak

Sameer Balpande

Global TA Head, Quantiphi:

IT has a lot of potential, and the key to moving forward in this hyperactive market would not be just hiring experienced talent but collaborating with universities to get "Industry ready talent.

Sameer Balpande,
Global TA Head,

Sanju Laitonjam

Global Head TA, Zycus Infotech Pvt Ltd

We have seen incredible growth in global organizations setting shop in India or expanding their existing presence. This trend got further tail winds as work from anywhere became mainstream post the pandemic. Zycus, a New Jersey head quartered pioneer in Cognitive Procurement is also expanding and adding 100 more AI Engineering and Delivery talent at our Pune office

Sanju Laitonjam,
Global Head TA,
Zycus Infotech Pvt Ltd

Felix Jeffery

HTC Global Services

Talent in the technology front is very much in demand. Companies need to course correct and not fuel the price-based talent war. Apart from the hire and train model, strategic technology partners who offer the required competencies are best suited to help companies in the talent war.

Felix Jeffery,
HTC Global Services

Key Contributors

Deepti Vij

Director, Honeywell

Saurabh Shah

Head HR, Capita India Pvt. Ltd

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