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The Naukri Job Speak index for Nov-10 grew by 12% year on year and dipped marginally by 3% in Nov-10 over Oct-10 owing to the festive season

December 8 2010

Hiring activity in the IT sector is back to the pre- recession levels with the Sept-10 index surpassing the Jul-08 levels by 5%

December 6 2010

The Auto sector has seen a significant upswing in hiring activity and witnessed the highest job index in the last two years in Oct-10

November 26 2010

Auto and Oil & Gas see an upward swing in Oct-10 while IT- Software and Telecom decline when compared to the last month, Says Naukri Job Speak

November 9 2010

76% Builders and 72% Brokers expect buzz in the real estate sector during the festive season: as per a survey by

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October 20 2010

The IT sector witnesses the highest ever job index in September and the Insurance sector is at its lowest ever: says Naukri Job Speak

October 7 2010

A stable hiring scenario in August-10: says Naukri Job Speak

September 2 2010

The Naukri Job Speak index moved up by 16 points to 963 in July-10, thus registering an upward growth of 2% over June-10

August 10 2010

A vibrant employment scenario saw the Naukri Job Speak index move up by 4%in June-10 over May-10

July 6 2010

The Naukri Job Speak Index for May-10 at 913 is 29% above the May'09 levels indicating that hiring activity has been forging ahead strongly over a period of time

June 9 2010

The Naukri Job Speak Index for Mar-10 is just 4% below the peak in July -08 indicating a steadily improving hiring scenario

April 15 2010

The Naukri Job Speak Index for Feb-10 surges by 17% over Jan'10 indicating strong rebound in the job market

March 17 2010

The Naukri Job Speak Index moved up by 4%in Jan reflecting a continued momentum in recovery

February 17 2010

Job Index for Dec'09 down by 6.19% owing to typical end of year holiday season issues, however the 3 month moving average dipped only marginally by 0.7% indicating greater stability

January 18 2010

72% of recruiters say new jobs to be added in 2010, 62% predict increments: says's Hiring Outlook Survey

January 14 2010