New Delhi: Six sectors, including healthcare and realty, are expected to create a whopping 2.3 lakh jobs in India in the last three months of 2010, according to global consultancy Ernst & Young.
Boosted by strong domestic economic recovery and improved global sentiment, most local industries are expected to increase their headcount in the coming months, E&Y said.
As many as 2.3 lakh jobs are estimated to be created in India in the fourth quarter of 2010 by six sectors, Ernst & Young’s Partner, National Head and EMEIA Leader (People & Organisation) N S Rajan said.
The six sectors are healthcare, real estate, IT/ITeS, education & training, manufacturing and Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI).
Among them, healthcare industry alone is projected to generate 60,000 jobs in fourth quarter of 2010, Rajan said.
Real estate and IT/ITes sector, each are expected to create 50,000 jobs.