India Skills Report 2022- Employability improves from 45.97% to 46.2% this year


India Skills Report 2022 by Wheebox, in partnership with CII, AICTE, AIU, Taggd, Sunstone Eduversity and UNDP is a report on the talent demand and supply.

According to ISR 2022, Overall 46.2% of the youth were found to be highly employable against last year’s employability of 45.97%, which is a significant improvement. Women employable pool is steadily increasing which is 51.44% of females while 45.97% of males were found highly employable. Another trend which has picked up is that 88.6 % Graduates are seeking Internship opportunities.

The survey found out that candidates from Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh and Kerala had the highest employability as compared to last year which was Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh and Karnataka.

Speaking on this occasion, Nirmal Singh, Founder & CEO, Wheebox said,“The pandemic has shown us that remote learning and remote work, are going to become the new normal for many sectors across IT, Business Consultancy, Financial Services, and very specifically one industry leading the game, the Education Industry.”

He added that we have observed in the last few years that students who ranked Higher on Critical Thinking and Numerical Ability in the National Employability Test grew faster in profiles such as Sr. Analyst and Big Data Engineering roles. So, there exists a direct correlation to the fact that employability skills are the key for larger success for students’ jobs.”

Let me know your interest in taking it forward. We can also facilitate interaction with the spokesperson Mr. Nirmal Singh – Founder of Wheebox.

You can also download the India Skills Report 2022 from the link:

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