Industry hubs, created by various states, are likely to be hot spots forhiring in the next five years, according to TeamLease India Labour Market Report.
Over the past five years, Bangalore and Mumbai have emerged as the biggest clusters, followed by Pune withIT, manufacturing and engineering and Ahmedabad with healthcare and pharmaceuticals along with manufacturing and engineering.
Mumbai, the biggest and most diverse city-sector cluster, will see hiring sentiments head north, driven mainly by IT. Infrastructure hiring may go downhill. Bangalore too is likely to fare well on hiring sentiment, while Pune is another case of reform initiatives working well.
The report, however, says infrastructure in these cities is a cause for worry. "Businesses expanding operations need land and human resources, supply of both of which are acutely short in these cities," says Sangeeta Lala, senior vice president , TeamLease Services.