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Job searches for remote work surge in Feb-May: Report. People looking for a job with the convenience of office work by staying away


Job searches for remote work surge in Feb-May: Report. Representative image

New Delhi. The corona virus epidemic has drastically changed the way people work. A report said that during February to May, the 'search' of 'remote work' (off-site office work) jobs in the country has increased by 377 percent. The report said that job seekers are now more willing to work from remote.

The report of the job site Indied says that the trend of 'remote', work from home and similar words has increased rapidly during the search. During February to May 2020, the search for remort work has jumped 377 percent. Similarly, there has been a 168 percent increase in jobs for remote work and work from home.

Indid India Managing Director Shashi Kumar said, “With Kovid-19, a lot of people have changed the way they work. People's inclination towards remote work has increased rapidly. It is expected to continue for now. He said that the industry will now have to concentrate on preparing a similar workforce for the future.

Earlier studies have also revealed that 83 percent of job seekers consider remote work policy to be important. Not only this, 53 percent of the employees said that if they are provided with the option of working from remote then they are also ready to take a pay cut.

This post was published on May 24, 2020 3:15 pm

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