A new report has disclosed that there are presently 45,000 open jobs in AI in India. Firms provide annual pay for freshers varying from 10 to 14 lakhs. This study comes at a moment when Al creations are ramping up fastly across the world.
Table of Contents
Services like ChatGPT, Dall-E, Bing, AI, and Midjourney are already open to the general public. The new report reveals the distinct sectors in which Al experts are in need.
A report disclosed that the 45,000 jobs in Al are in sectors such as healthcare, education, banking, manufacturing, and retail. The report also emphasizes the significance of upskilling and investing in Al skills, as the industry proceeds to develop.
According to the report, Data scientists as well as ML engineers are among the sought-after careers in the field. The report also underlined the prestige of upskilling and the skills needed for a career in Al. The boosted focus on scalable ML applications is directing to a boost in the need for Al experts proficient in scripting languages.
MANHANDLED DURING A PROTEST AT DELHI UNIVERSITY LITFEST
The usual salaries for freshers in different technology roles in India are as follows, according to research:
- Data engineers can build up to Rs 14 lakhs per annum
- DevOps engineers up to Rs 12 lakhs • Data architects up to Rs 12 lakhs
- BI analysts up to Rs 14 lakhs, database admins up to Rs 12 lakhs
UGC RECOVERED Rs 30 CR IN FEE REBATES FROM UNIVERSITIES
Also, the report claims that nominees with eight years of experience in identical fields can earn even higher salaries varying from Rs 25 to 45 lakhs per annum. 45,000 open jobs in AI with salaries up to Rs 14 lakh.
MOST POPULAR FINANCIAL LITERACY VAC AT DELHI UNIVERSITY
The report also demonstrated that upskilling with Al skills is developing increasingly crucial for career growth and employability in today’s rapidly growing job market. With automation and Al transforming industries across the board. Having a basic knowledge of Al and its applications can give people a competitive edge in the job market. Moreover, evolving Al skills can direct to
higher-paying job opportunities and support individuals to stay relevant and flexible in an ever-
changing job landscape.
According to a survey, 37 percent of organizations desire to deliver their employees with relevant tools to assemble an Al-ready workforce. 30 percent of organizations remarked Al learning initiatives are required to unlock hidden skills in the workforce. 56% of organizations conveyed that crucial initiatives are being undertaken to fill the Al demand-supply talent gap. The survey also disclosed that the majority of employees share their employers’ sentiments.