Helping undergraduates gain the skills they need to compete for jobs, transform lives — and strengthen economies. That’s why we’re developing talent with right cross functional skills for the jobs of tomorrow and today.
The numbers seem to contradict each other: Youth Unemployment Rate reached 12.9 percent in 2013 (as published by the Labour Bureau of Government of India), and currently hovering at 15.5 percent in Dec 2015, while recent data reveals that employers are having trouble finding workers who are trained for the jobs that are available, particularly in skilled professional positions. More than 50% of indian CEOs are concerned that a key skills gap could limit their growth prospects.
India’s home healthcare industry, which consists of home-based services, is worth $2 billion and growing at 20 percent annually, according to accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).The potential market for home healthcare, which is estimated to be worth $130.4 billion in North America by 2017, is huge in India. At WhenAt60 Solutions, we are confident that this is the new sunrise sector, which has the potential to consume a large section of unemployed youth.