Goldman searching for talent for India

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Monday, 24 July 2006, 07:00 Hrs
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FREMONT, CA: Ramanath Reddy has chosen the best of times to go back to India after working in the U.S. for many years. If he were to return 4-5 years ago, he would have looked for a job in Bangalore.

Today the situation has changed. Now not just top tier technology companies like Microsoft or Intel or IT services firms but even top investment banking firms like Goldman Sachs are all making efforts to meet and hire Reddy even before he lands at the Bangalore airport.

Over the last few years, as more IT jobs are offshored to India, India-based MNC have been making special efforts to hire experienced Indian techies who are returning home or want to return home after few years of work experience in the U.S.

As India takes more high-end research and development work, people find it more beneficial to come back to a familiar but an improved environment. Many are eager to go back to India because today offers in India are similar to the work atmosphere as it was in the U.S. a decade ago. Besides, there are softer issues like cheaper goods and services, caring for aged parents and providing children an exposure to their own culture.

If you are among those that are looking to go back to India to experience the excitement first hand, then look no further. siliconindia regularly organizes job fairs that can help you get a job in India. At siliconindia job fairs, we have had over 75 companies that have recruited Indian talent for their Indian operations.

The list of companies looking to hire for their India operations is growing and for the first time ever in California, Goldman Sachs is recruiting at our job fair in Santa Clara for jobs in India. The job fair is being held on August 4th at the Marriott Hotel, Santa Clara from 6-9 p.m. One important highlight of the event is a panel where HR managers, returnees and recruiters are discussing issues related to relocation, lifestyle, career paths, taxes, immigration, and children’s education, futures for growth and all other concerns.

For more details for this career fair and our previous events, please visit

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