Global Recession: How Would it Impact Employment in India and Abroad?

The world’s biggest economy, the USA, is technically in recession with the economic growth recently having risen to negative numbers. Immigration trends show that major economic global changes are being felt in the USA, especially among both high and low-skilled workers. The admission process for education also falls by more than 50%. With the recession, only those with skills that are desperately needed will be competitive for jobs in the workforce.

That’s why upskilling is important for long-term success. Companies prefer people with both knowledge and experience—and that’s where student exchange programs come in! These partnerships can provide funding as well as promotion opportunities.
The work abroad programs designed for Indian candidates ensure that they will have on-the-job training as well as a stipend to cover their living expenses during the training period. These programs provide guaranteed jobs at the end of the training, too.

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