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icon E, ovo da mi je neko pricao...22.06.2005. u 00:22 - pre 194 meseci

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India faces a massive shortage of workers with European language skills over the next five years which could see the country needing to recruit up to 120,000 foreigners.

The language skills deficit is revealed in a new report by research firm Evalueserve, which calculates that no more than 40,000 Indians will have a European language specialization other than English.

As demand for offshore services increases from continental European countries, the study claims this will leave a shortage of 120,000 workers who specialize in a non-English European language.

De su sad oni sto se zale na platu od 300 evra u Srbiji :) Ajmo...120K dusa se trazi, nije to malo :)

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icon Re: E, ovo da mi je neko pricao...22.06.2005. u 12:20 - pre 194 meseci
neverovatno, u priči mi je najbolji deo:

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Factors attracting non-English speaking professionals to work in India are good compensation packages and the lifestyle, according to the study.


Ima li neko predstavu koliko su uopšte ljudi tamo plaćeni i kakav 'lifestyle' možeš imati za taj novac?
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icon Re: E, ovo da mi je neko pricao...23.06.2005. u 12:00 - pre 194 meseci
Tanko...pogledaj...

http://www.payscale.com/salary...d-6837/raname-SALARY/fid-11570

http://www.outsourcingpipeline.com/164300091

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What's surprising about neoIT's findings is that India, where offshoring has boomed over the past several years, remains one of the least-expensive destinations despite skyrocketing demand for its labor. Entry-level workers in India earn an average salary of $5,443 and midtier workers about $8,400, while experienced managers pull in roughly $13,100. India still has "an abundant supply of competent labor" to keep prices in check, neoIT says.

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