The aspiring IT professionals in India can look forward to fresh IT markets for them that are emerging in diverse destinations after the US, Singapore, and Australia have made their visa policies more stringent. As per some global recruiting consultants, diverse fresh IT markets are all set to attract IT professionals from India. Japan, Middle East, and Europe are looking forward to welcoming Indian IT workers.
While the nations that have made their immigration policies tougher will continue to require skilled IT workers, Canada, Latin America, Nordic nations, and Africa are likely to be the future IT hubs, as quoted by Economic Times.
According to the Executive Vice President of TeamLease Services Rituparna Chakraborty, the nations that have adopted protectionist policies lack the local talent that can cater to the immediate requirement. Apart from this, it is likely that Latin America, Canada, and South Africa will emerge as the potential IT hubs, added Chakraborty.
Experis IT Manpower Group India President Manmeet Singh has said that they are working on a project to train Indian IT workers to be sent to Japan as inquiries are being received from that nation.
NASSCOM’s Head and Vice President of Global trade development Shivendra Singh has said that conventionally, more than 60% of the IT workers proffered the US as their destination for overseas careers. But with the drastic transformation in the immigration policies of the US, Australia, and Singapore fresh IT markets have emerged for IT professionals from India at Japan, China, Middle East, Mexico and Africa, added Singh.
Siemens’ HR Head and Executive Vice President Ramesh Shankar has said that this is a great opportunity for India as it can send its IT talents all across the globe. Siemens sends both long-term and short-term delegations outside India that make up to 600 people. It has sent professionals to IT markets in nations such as China, Germany, Middle East, Korea, South Africa and other nations that include Singapore and the US.
Managing Director of ABC Consultants Shiv Agrawal has said that though people are immigrating to the conventional overseas IT destinations, the growth in numbers is diminishing. Indian IT workers will now look forward to immigrating to nations such as South America, Africa, France, Netherlands, APAC nations, Middle East and Nordic regions, added Agarwal.
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