The connected world. Will there ever be a limit?

The telecom industry in India is the second largest in the world, with a subscriber base of 1.17 billion (wireless + wireline subscribers).

The telecom companies in India are expected to witness fast growth in the next few years. The synergy between IoT and 5G is not only changing how we celebrate but also how we work. Network engineers are instrumental in designing the architecture for 5G networks, ensuring a consistent and reliable connection. Data analysts are in high demand to decipher the massive influx of data generated by IoT devices.

It is estimated that over the next five years, an increase in mobile-phone penetration and a decrease in data costs will add 500 million new Internet users to India, creating opportunities for new businesses comprising from online insurance coverage to online food delivery.

India will require a 22 million skilled workforce by 2025 to operate hardware, software-defined networks, computer data, and manufacturing in 5G-centric technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), robotics. From network engineers to cybersecurity experts, telecom jobs in India are buzzing with opportunities in the telecommunications staffing industry. The increase in daily subscribers, along with the creation of new jobs and business opportunities, encourages investment in this sector.

As India inches towards becoming a global digital leader, the telecom industry stands at the heart of this transformation. This presents an exciting opportunity for individuals to contribute to India’s digital journey while carving out rewarding career paths in the dynamic realm of telecommunications staffing.

Industry Overview

India's Telecom Sector, the Sector that is Only Getting Better

As the telecom sector is considered to be one of the largest employment sectors in India, hiring the right employees and managing bulk hiring is one of the key value drivers. Managing bulk hiring requires high-end tech support, which deviates them from their core business. With TeamLease’s 3E Value Multiplier, our customers will be assured of scalable growth, predictable performance, improved productivity, and profitability.

Examples Of Our Work

Elevating Telecom Workforce Sourcing, Digital Solutions, and Skill Enhancement

A Global Powerhouse’s Journey of Outplacement of Consultants at Their Manufacturing Plant in a Remote Location

A Leading Telecommunications Company’s Journey From Rapid Manpower Demand To Attaining Growth Objectives

Journey of an Emerging Leader in Data Center and Cloud-based Services of Onboarding Sales Personnel in 60 Days

In The Media

Good hiring from banking, FMCG, telecom. The PLI initiative has improved manufacturing opportunities. IT jobs may take time to get.

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

ZEE5, August 5, 2023

Industries in the non-tech sector are actively promoting hiring automation specialists with expertise in 5G networks and talent with engineering and semiconductor backgrounds to support the growth of the telecommunications and consumer electronics businesses

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

The Economic Times, August 15, 2023

Telecom companies are offering incentives, including 100% bonus and inflation-indexed hikes, to motivate their workforce. In this era, where retention is the new recruitment, they strive to cultivate a loyal and high-performing team.

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

The Economic Times, July 11, 2023

The advent of 5G heralds a transformative era in the world of work, unlocking a wealth of opportunities for India's tech talent pool.

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

Times of India, June 15, 2023