New Delhi, July 15
About 83 per cent of engineers in India are in search of a change of job amid the continued pandemic, however the majority depends on free studying assets despite the fact that there isn’t a assure of studying or of a job, revealed a survey.
The survey, by IP-driven incubation lab BridgeLabz, was performed over 1000 folks to learn the way the pandemic has affected the skilled development of engineers.
It confirmed that whereas most desire a job change, solely 21 per cent are enrolled in any type of structured course for upskilling.
As per the survey, about 58 per cent of the respondents had been recent graduates and are nonetheless in search of a job. Greater than 50 per cent of respondents really feel work-from-home post-pandemic has not affected their skilled growth.
Nevertheless, about 75 per cent of the respondents didn’t obtain any promotion or appraisal amid the pandemic.
“Most variety of engineers need to swap jobs however they clearly want upskilling by way of a structured programme that delivers what it guarantees – a growth job! The present workforce of engineers shouldn’t be appropriate for current day tech-based jobs, a motive for extra engineers in search of a job after finishing commencement,” stated Narayan Mahadevan, Founding father of BridgeLabz, in an announcement.
“At BridgeLabz, we’re looking for the gaps with such surveys and perceive the aspirations of each the engineers and the businesses. We need to allow them for the roles in demand,” he added. — IANS