Looking for a job in India? Here are some tips to help you land a job.
India has not only a developed and diversified economy but also an open labor market which is very welcoming towards foreign professionals. Over the years, many of them have turned to this huge Asian country so as to take advantage of the numerous opportunities it provides. You can also join in the adventure if you feel you can adapt to the local cultures and lifestyles, and if you fit in the local labor market's requirements. Note that good communication skill are required when working in India, that is a good knowledge of English in particular. You also have to be patient and determined.
Find a job
During your job search, you are more likely to start by browsing offers on the Internet thanks to several general and specialized job websites. These will also give you a better idea of required job profiles and salaries offered. Consider browsing professional social networks and other virtual platforms as well. You can even post your resume on some of these so that potential employers can directly get in touch with you.
Expat.com – Jobs in India
Jooble - https://in.jooble.org/
Monster India www.monsterindia.com
Career Jet www.careerjet.co.in
Linked In www.linkedin.com
Foreign Chambers of Commerce
Feel free to contact foreign Chambers of Commerce as well, as well as your home country's embassy or consulate in India, and any other diplomatic representatives which can help you during your job search. Consider sending spontaneous job applications to multinational and international companies operating across the country as well. You might be lucky! Who knows?
The Council of European Chambers of Commerce in India www.euindiachambers.com
India International Chamber of Commerce www.iccindiaonline.org
Indian Labor – List of Chambers of Commerce and Industry indianlabour.org
BRICS Chamber of Commerce and Industry www.bricscci.com
Local newspapers, some of which are available online, can also be very helpful during your job search in India. Indeed, like in many Asian countries, job adverts are still published in newspapers.
Finally, registering with a recruitment agency can help you find a job according to your profile more rapidly. Once you have landed a job, you will have to apply for an employment visa to be allowed into the Indian labor market.