India’s booming tech market is creating a wealth of high paying opportunities and experiences.A recent study showcased how technology is grown consistently over the past five years,as more companies are expanding their IT capabilities. What’s better is that companies are ready to pay for top talent, who can lead the frontier especially in the fields
of development, analytics, and data.
Majority jobs are concentrated in the vibrant city of Bengaluru (25%), followed by Pune,
Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, and Delhi. A combination of good work culture, high paying
salary, and some perks is the list every young mind wants to tick off.Our “top companies” list is verified by the 54 million user base of LinkedIn in India.The study focuses on four main pillars: interest in the company, engagement of employees, job demand and employee retention.
Here goes our hit list for India:
1. Flipkart (Walmart):
Offices: Bengaluru and Delhi
Standing at the top of the ladder, this eCommerce giant owned by Walmart and founded
by Sachin and Binny Bansal in 2007. Both former amazon employees founded this gem
of a company in a 2BHK flat in Bengaluru. Not only topping the charts for best working
conditions it is now home to 13,900 employees and growing!
Offices: Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mumbai
Starting with India in 2013, Amazon has been on a spree. Giving cut-throat competition
amazon lands just behind Flipkart with over 1950 job postings. The company moved two
spaces up LinkedIn’s list from last year.
Offices: Gurugram and nationwide
Bagging the “best company to work for” title last year by LinkedIn. Oyo still remains India’s
largest hospitality chain. It was founded by an 18-year-old Ritesh Agarwal in 2012. With over 7000 employees in India, it plans to overtake Marriott in the next 5 years.
4. One97 Communications (Paytm):
Offices: Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, and Pune
One97 Communications is the parent company of Paytm. India’sleading e-commerce and e payment brand.
Offices: Bengaluru and nationwide
The international car service was first launched in India in 2013. With over 1700 working
employees, it is planning to go green with 1 million green cars in India by 2022.