Polarisation of the labour market is deepening amid rising wage inequality and this trend is likely to continue as demand for niche skills is only going to increase in coming years, say experts.

According to HR experts, there is high unemployment alongside unfilled jobs and at the same time low-skill or not so niche skill jobs are continuously being automated thus leaving the once employed, unemployed with no much future.
Kanupriya Sekhri AVP – Strategic Initiatives School Of Inspired Leadership, said “while government and public private partnership NSDC are supporting several initiatives on the skilling front, the corporate sector has also stepped up their involvement to upskill their existing workforce”. Read More