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Over 100k tech job openings as companies in India bid to survive post Covid competition

The top tech roles in demand are tech leads, project and programme management specialists, full-stack developers, data science specialists and architects, senior software engineers, technical delivery managers, infrastructure specialists, cybersecurity and cloud security specialists, showed the jobs data.
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MUMBAI: Companies across industry sectors are ramping up technology manpower in their bid to offer new products and services to survive competition in the post-Covid world. There are currently more than 100,000 active technology openings accepting applications, going by data from the official job pages of companies on LinkedIn and direct postings on top job boards. These include 35,000
in digital skills or new-age technologies,” said Harshvendra Soin, the global chief people officer at Tech Mahindra. Priti Singh, senior VP, HR, South Asia, Mastercard, said technology and tech-related skills had become pivotal in making businesses more resilient. “We are strengthening our workforce with a special focus on skillsets like data and analytics, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity,” she said.
MUMBAI: Companies across industry sectors are ramping up technology manpower in their bid to offer new products and services to survive competition in the post-Covid world. There are currently more than 100,000 active technology openings accepting applications, going by data from the official job pages of companies on LinkedIn and direct postings on top job boards. These include 35,000 in digital skills or new-age technologies,” said Harshvendra Soin, the global chief people officer at Tech Mahindra. Priti Singh, senior VP, HR, South Asia, Mastercard, said technology and tech-related skills had become pivotal in making businesses more resilient. “We are strengthening our workforce with a special focus on skillsets like data and analytics, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity,” she said.

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