83% engineers in India want to change jobs amid pandemic: Survey

It has been claimed in a survey that 83 percent of engineers in India want to change jobs amid the pandemic.

Around 83 per cent of engineers in India are looking for a job change amid the current pandemic, but most rely on free learning resources with no learning or job guarantees. The survey, by IP-powered incubation lab BridgeLabz, was conducted by over 1,000 people to find out how the pandemic has affected the professional development of engineers.Also Read – Despite the pandemic, banking business in Uttar Pradesh registered an increase, positive results for the economy

This shows that most people want to change jobs, but only 21 percent are enrolled in any kind of structured course for upskilling. Also Read – WPI Inflation: WPI inflation reduced in June due to reduction in food prices, reached 12.07%

According to the survey, about 58 percent of the respondents were fresh graduates and are still looking for jobs. More than 50 percent of the respondents believe that working from home has not affected their professional development after the pandemic. Also Read – Center sets 6-month capacity building target to fight Kovid, Rs 8,000 crore to be given to states

However, around 75 per cent of the respondents did not get any promotion or evaluation amid the pandemic.

Narayan Mahadevan, Founder, BridgeLabz, said in a statement, “The maximum number of engineers wanting to change jobs, but they clearly require upskilling through a structured program that promises this – a growth job! At BridgeLabz, we are trying to find gaps and understand the aspirations of both engineers and companies with such surveys. We want to enable them for jobs in demand.



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