The cities most conducive to tech workers, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship, are the ones that offer access to the global tech sector, said Kathmandumite Keshav, president of the Kathmandus Tech Entrepreneurs.
“In terms of tech entrepreneurship, there are several cities that are good places to be.
There are some big cities in the world that are still being developed and it’s important to get started,” he said.
Among the top 10 most productive cities in terms of growth for tech employees, Kathmandun ranked first with a 5.6 per cent growth rate, followed by Kolkata (5.4 per cent), Kolkatta (5 per cent) and Mumbai (5 percent). “
For those who want to start their own businesses, it is also important to have a local company.”
Among the top 10 most productive cities in terms of growth for tech employees, Kathmandun ranked first with a 5.6 per cent growth rate, followed by Kolkata (5.4 per cent), Kolkatta (5 per cent) and Mumbai (5 percent).
The cities most productive in terms in terms growth of tech employees.
Kolkata, India’s most populous city, came in at No. 4 in terms, followed closely by Mumbai (6.2 per cent).
In terms growth in the number of tech jobs, Kolkatal ranked second with 5.4 million jobs.
Kolkatan, with a population of almost 1.2 million, came third with 4.9 million jobs, followed on the heels by Mumbai, which had 5.7 million jobs (5th).
Top 10 most productivity cities in India.
Source: Techindustry.org The data for tech jobs comes from the latest figures from the Census of India (CII) on job creation and unemployment, a report that is used to determine the country’s unemployment rate.
The figures show the country recorded 1.9 billion jobs and 5.8 million jobless.
It is important to note that the CII figures include all jobs and not just those for those in the IT industry.
In terms of the total number of jobs, the report says there are more than 11 billion jobs in the country.
The numbers also show that the top five cities in this category include Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore.