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AasaanJobs on Monday announced the launch of its new healthcare vertical, further expanding its broad bouquet of available employment opportunities.
The launch has been driven by the recent boom in the healthcare sector of the country which has created many new job vacancies. With healthcare companies actively looking to hire professionals across specializations and seniority levels, Aasaanjobs aims to connect them with those looking for jobs in the domain.
The job profiles under this healthcare vertical includes nurses, pharmacists, medical residents, home care executives, and research scientists. There are also vacancies for healthcare company sales agents, software engineers, and app developers. To cater to this demand and to fulfill its vision of facilitating employment for deserving job seekers in India, Aasaanjobs has rolled out this dedicated vertical.
"Being on an expansion spree is always good for the company; with the healthcare industry already witnessing a drumfire of growth, it was an obvious next choice for us to tap into the well of opportunities this growth offers. The launch of the vertical is in line with our own expansion goals and our strategy of fulfilling every recruitment need," said Dinesh Goel, CEO, AasaanJobs.
AasaanJobs witnessed a 37 percent increase in the number of employers in the healthcare industry on its platform in Q2 2017 (March 31- July 31), going from 251 to 344 during this period.
At present, AasaanJobs' healthcare vertical has over a 100 live jobs on its platform. With the large number of employers that have signed up with the platform and the continuing boom in the healthcare sector, this number is expected to continue to rise in the coming months.
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