Recruitment Agencies in India 2017 Competitive Landscape, Strategies, Current Industry Trends, Market Analysis and Forecast 2022

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Recruitment Agencies in India

This report provides unique data and analysis of Recruitment Agencies in India: ISIC 7491. With this industrial report, you’ll be able to explore in detail the entire industry from its sources of supply to its buyers.

The Recruitment Agencies in India: ISIC 7491 report includes:

Qualitative analysis of key industry trends and future developments in India
Analysis of market growth and industry performance
Industry data including production data, imports, exports, industry buyers, suppliers, cost structure, bargaining power and profitability
Attractiveness index that measures industry performance in both stable and challenging economic conditions
Analysis of suppliers to the industry
Analysis of buyers from the industry

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Recruitment Agencies in India: ISIC 7491
CHART 1 Production vs Nominal GDP 2000–2020
TABLE 1 Key Industry Indicators 2010–2015
TABLE 2 Key Industry Indicators: Annual Growth 2011–2015
CHART 2 Industry Sectors’ Growth Indices 2000–2020
TABLE 3 Production by Sector: Value 2010–2015
TABLE 4 Production by Sector: Annual Growth 2011–2015
TABLE 5 Production by Sector: Share of Total 2010–2015
TABLE 6 Industry Leaders: Company Production Shares in 2015
CHART 3 Import vs Export Growth 2000-2015
TABLE 7 Import and Export 2010–2015
TABLE 8 Key Market Indicators 2010–2015
TABLE 9 Key Market Indicators: Annual Growth 2011–2015
TABLE 10 B2B Sales Structure 2010–2015
TABLE 11 B2B Sales Structure: Annual Growth 2011–2015
TABLE 12 B2B Sales Structure: Share of Total 2010–2015
Road Passenger and Freight Transport
CHART 4 Production vs GDP 2000–2020
CHART 5 Costs vs Spending on Recruitment Agencies 2000–2015
TABLE 13 Key Statistics 2010–2015
Computer and Related Services
CHART 6 Production vs GDP 2000–2020
CHART 7 Costs vs Spending on Recruitment Agencies 2000–2015
TABLE 14 Key Statistics 2010–2015
CHART 8 Supply Structure (Rs million, in 2015)
TABLE 15 Supply Structure 2010–2015
TABLE 16 Supply Structure: Annual Growth 2011–2015
TABLE 17 Supply Structure:Share of Total 2010–2015
CHART 9 Number of Employees vs Average Salary 2000–2015
CHART 10 Output per Employee vs Average Salary 2000–2015
TABLE 18 Key Statistics 2010–2015
TABLE 19 B2B Supliers 2010–2015
TABLE 20 B2B Suppliers: Annual Growth 2011–2015
TABLE 21 B2B Suppliers: Share of Total 2010–2015
Restaurants, Bars and Canteens
CHART 11 Production vs GDP 2000–2020
CHART 12 Expenditure Dynamics 2000–2015
TABLE 22 Key Statistics 2010–2015
Computers and Office Machinery
CHART 13 Production vs GDP 2000–2020
CHART 14 Price and Expenditure Dynamics 2000–2015
TABLE 23 Key Statistics 2010–2015
CHART 15 Attractiveness Index of Recruitment Agencies Among Other India Industries
CHART 16 Binary Diagram of Attractiveness Index
TABLE 24 Attractiveness Index Composition


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