Besides the fear of global uncertainty, it is the lure of job security and better future prospects that are bringing the talent back home, said 58 per cent of the surveyed firms. Good salary combined with benefits such as extra allowances and perks are also playing a major role in bringing back professionals to the country, according to 25 per cent of the employers in the TimesJobs.com study.
Maximum job opportunities are in the manufacturing and petrochemical sector, it added.
For senior leadership positions, international exposure is deemed crucial, hence, returning workforce has bright chances of getting top jobs in these sectors, it said. While candidates are apprehensive about taking up a job in the international market, global employers are still vying for Indian talent. TimesJobs.com data highlights that across international locations, engineers, IT, accounting and finance professionals are most sought after. Demand is huge for talent with 5-10 years of experience, followed by 10-20 years of experience, it added. (PTI)