Framework to understand skills in the light of new age AI developments
Employability readiness of Indian graduates on top in-demand job roles and skills
Tier-wise employability across colleges and skill groups
Actionable insights for companies and academia to build an industry-led learning ecosystem for Indian graduates
Mercer | Mettl analyzed the data from 2500+ colleges in India and 440k+ students to understand the talent landscape of young India and their employability.
The report brings insights for industry and academia to strategize and align their efforts in upskilling and nurturing talent, thus producing a workforce equipped to flourish in this new era.
Here’s a sneak peek into some of the findings of the report:
of Indian graduates who apply for jobs are employable
of graduates applying for AI/ML roles are job-ready
of learners in Tier 3 colleges have employability in non-technical skills
We analyzed the assessment data of 1600+ professionals to understand the personality traits of the current workforce, which is comprised of Gen X (born between 1965–1980), Gen Y or Millennials (born between 1981–2000) and Gen Z (born 2001–2020).
Based on primary and secondary research, Mercer | Mettl has compiled key recommendations that companies can implement immediately to get the best out of the strengths of each generation at work and align them to create a more significant impact.