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More than 22.7 million jobs losses were reported in April and May 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). However, as businesses are getting back to normal and hiring activity in India has been on an upswing, with August seeing an 89% year-on-year growth, hiring for certain roles too have picked up with increased movement across the market.
As the business continues to grow in the coming year, there will always be a requirement for talented experts to work for the companies. With this, there has been a growth in many job portals. It is estimated that the top job portals fill up more than 80% of the job vacancies filled.Thus, we collated the list of top Job Portals list to solve your work queries.

Here is a list of 5 job portals to help you in finding the right job 2022:

Indeed is one of India’s leading job portals which is used to search for jobs from across the world.
Indeed, through its Coronavirus Work Tools, it is also playing its part in providing employment during this pandemic.
Through the India Yes online work portal, you can check for millions of jobs and upgrade your career.

Shine.com was established in 2008, at the very beginning of India’s digital transformation, when the need for a transparent and effective online portal connecting jobseekers with recruiters was at its strongest.
But while other job portals rushed in to address the apparent need-gap, the founding team at Shine.com conducted an in-depth study about the prevailing market challenges and the various ways that technology could be used to solve them.
This research-oriented, tech-driven approach has paid off handsomely; the portal is today offering more than 3 lakh+ jobs to its large pool of over 4.1 crore registered jobseekers and has 8,000+ employers associated with its platform, including leading companies such as SBI Life Insurance, Deloitte, Infosys, ICICI, Amazon etc.

A platform that enables women to accelerate their careers by connecting them to jobs, community, mentoring, reskilling, inspiration and networking opportunities.
Incepted in 2015, it connects over 2.2 million job aspirants registered on the platform to 7500+ companies across the country.
The platform also offers mentorship for women looking to start/restart their careers.
The brand also has over 500+ reskilling partners to assist women in reskilling/upskilling themselves before they join/rejoin the workforce

For jobseekers around the world, including Indian people, Monster is a well-known website. It has a well-developed and expanded network of jobseekers and Indian recruiters.
There is a wide choice of options for both employers and future workers. It was created in 1999 through the merger of The Monster Board and Online Career Center.
It is a subsidiary of Randstad Holding, a Dutch multinational human resource consulting firm, and is headquartered in Weston, Massachusetts.

The platform offers multiple products like Resume Database Access, listings and Response Management Tools.
With more than 4,75,000 jobs live at any point and over 60 million CVs, Naukri.com serviced over 76,000 corporate clients in 2017-2018.
The company operates 56 offices in 42 cities in India and overseas offices in Dubai, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi and Bahrain.

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