EY aims to create 9,000 new jobs in 2021; Professionals from these fields can try their luck

Jobs, employment, hiring employees, STEM, digitizationEY in India employs over 50,000 people in all member companies. Currently, 36 percent of all EY India employees have a STEM background.

As India struggles with low employment, EY has announced that it will hire 9,000 new skilled workers next year. EY said the hiring in various technology roles will be in all member companies including global delivery centers to expand digital capabilities and help organizations Solve your complex end-to-end business transformation challenges. In addition to the STEM background, the global services company also deals with artificial intelligence, machine learning, cybersecurity, analytics and other new technologies to hire employees. It should be noted that EY India employs over 50,000 people across all member companies and currently 36 percent of all EY India employees have a STEM background.

“With the exponentially accelerating pace of digital adoption, we are strengthening skills in emerging technology roles and significantly increasing our hiring efforts over the coming year,” said Rohan Sachdev, partner and head of consulting practice at EY India. EY in India earlier this year acquired Spotmentor Technologies, an AI-enabled platform for upskilling and re-skilling, to strengthen its People Advisory portfolio of digital services. Last year, the company acquired C Centric, a provider of CRM solutions and services, and in 2018 Fortune Cookie UX Design to drive digital transformation, including design thinking, user experience (UX) design, ease of use and user-centric Digital ecosystems.

EY in India is developing a wider range of new digital proprietary tools and solutions that scale across organizations and regions, said Mahesh Makhija, partner and technology advisor at EY India. Our people remain at the heart of our strategy to meet the growing demands of our customers, added Mahesh Makhija.

As India grapples with the daunting task of vaccinating 130 million people against COVID-19, EY has launched a techathon that aims to develop novel solutions to immunize Indians that meet the challenges of the country’s vast geography, demographics and infrastructure consider. Participants are expected to leverage the latest technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and gamification to develop a model immunization program for different areas of the supply chain, delivery, surveillance and vaccination.

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