Finding opportunities in India

Social Networking

Social networking is an increasingly important part of seeking employment and is actively used in India. Personal referrals are a key way for Indian employers to recruit so networking is essential for making contacts and accessing the Indian jobs market.

Using social networking sites like Brijj - India's leading professional networking site - and LinkedIn to connect with Indian employers can help you build your network and make useful connections for now and in the future. There are a number of different LSE alumni groups you might want to join including LSE Alumni India. You can search for LSE Alumni groups via LinkedIn. You can also email an LSE alum from India.

Jobs Websites

  • Going Global
    An international careers database and jobs board with a very good range of country and city profiles and thousands of company profiles. We subscribe to this resource so that it is free for you to access as LSE students.
  • All India Jobs
    Jobs by location and sector plus extensive listings of banking and IT companies. Freshers section with walk-ins, off-campus, internship and careers fair listings.
  • Careerjet India
    Location and sector based job searching.
  • Click In
    City and sector search
  • Job Site India
    Alphabetical overview of Indian vacancy sites.
  • Times Jobs
    Featured employers by sector and you can search by city and function. Includes Fresher jobs.

Recruitment Agencies

Placement agencies and recruitment consultants are very common in large Indian cities. Identify those that are based in your chosen location and with expertise in your career area. Global recruitment agencies operating in India include Adecco India, Manpower and Randstand. There is a list of recruitment agencies available on indiamart and jobs consultants at Nakuri 2000.

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