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Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council organises a job fair in Guwahati
Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council organised a job fair for the beauty and wellness professionals at the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), in Guwahati on February 11-12.
More than 15 esteemed employers from the beauty and wellness industry participated in the job fair. The list of employers include renowned organisations Lakme, VLCC, Jiva Spa – Taj, O2 Spa, Talwalkars, Pin-Ups, Kaya Skin Clinic etc.
International cruise liner Steiner, through its recruitment agency Air Borne & Indus, participated in the job fair giving international employment opportunity to the youth of the region.
The students had an option to choose from the numerous vacancies available with the top employers of India and work with the employers of their choice.
CEO at Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council, Annu Wadhwa, said “It is our earnest endeavour to ensure skilling to our young and deserving talent of the country and this job fair is just the perfect culmination to all our efforts. I am so happy to see the industry rally together to provide ample employment opportunities to the youth. The Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council aims to make this first of its kind job fair the right platform to match talent to demand. With the success of this event, we hope to increase the frequency of these fairs to help in placements of our pass-outs.”
The Indian beauty and wellness industry is growing at a CAGR of 18.6 per cent. The employment in this sector is growing at a CAGR of 20 per cent with 23 per cent in the organised and 15 per cent in the unorganised market. “The job fair works towards bridging the huge demand and supply gap in the beauty and wellness domain,” an official statement said.
“Northeast has been the resource hub of the beauty and wellness industry. There is a huge demand of professional from this region. This recruitment drive has been a remarkable platform to make the right candidates reach the right employers,” the statement further added.