While many IT service firms are struggling with the cashflow and laying off people to cut down on expenses, the American IT conglomerate, IBM is hiring for 500 positions in India. IBM is confident about hiring in India. The company already has a global headcount of 3.5 lakh headcount.
IBM has so far put out over 500 job openings in India in the last week alone. Out of which, 200 job openings were added in the last 24 hours alone. About a third of its
Rod Bourgeois, head of research in DeepDive Equity Research said, “IBM and other major IT services businesses remain in need of India’s significant IT talent pool, especially given an ongoing struggle to find sufficient staff in the US and Europe. The
The open positions are for roles including people managers, middleware administrator, data scientists, incident management, cloud architects, and network architects.
The American workforce is unhappy about the way IBM has stepped up hiring in India over the US. The hiring is happening alongside layoffs. IBM’s revenue has been trending down since 2012. It has restructured its focus on cloud and