PR Newswire | 13 Sep, 2013
NEW DELHI: Light Reading India [http://www.lightreading.in ], one of the leading Indian telecom news providers, has launched its first salary survey that is open to the entire telecom ecosystem, including service providers, equipment vendors, VAS players and handset manufacturers.
In view of the changing telecom environment, where job cuts are apparent, consolidation is inevitable and the investments in the mobile broadband gaining momentum; the survey will bring qualitative statistics to evaluate new trends, skills requirement and the employment opportunities available in the market.
The survey intends to provide comprehensive and valuable insights on the industry's job forecast, salary trends, market data, top telecom jobs in demand, appraisal trends across the industry, the skills in demand and the key sectors where employees feel comfortable to diversify.
"The telecom sector is witnessing an evolution phase after going through a series of ups and downs. With the launch of Light Reading India Salary Survey, we wish to highlight the impact of this transformation on the job market. The results will highlight the changes and will enable employees to take better career decisions in view of the current market opportunities. The survey will be equally beneficial to employers and will help them understand the frame of mind of telecom professionals," says Kailash Shirodkar, Director & Publisher - UBM Technology Media (India).
In addition, the assessment will further aid and assist the telecom sector to benchmark compensation trends against other sectors and will bring qualitative statistics to evaluate the opportunities in the market.
A detailed analytical report will be made available on completion of the survey.
The survey is available online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/lrsalarysurvey
About Light Reading India
Light Reading India [http://www.lightreading.in ] is the Indian authority on the global telecommunications developments, relevant to the Indian market. The online publication caters to 25,000+ monthly visitors who are primarily from the Indian telecom industry. Light Reading India delivers news through daily news analysis, special features, interviews, blogs, opinion columns, video reports and much more.
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