Imphal Jobs

Imphal Jobs are plenty and the prospects are growing with the development in the economy of Imphal. The industrial sector has grown in Imphal to a tremendous height. The tourism industry is growing in leaps and bounds in Imphal and hence, the chances of job opportunities are high in the state. The literacy rate in Manipur is quite high and the youth is career oriented.

Job options in Imphal

Some of the most popular job options in Imphal are:

  • Administrative/clerical/support
  • Accounting/finance
  • Customer service/call center
  • Manufacturing/operations
  • Construction/skilled labor/trade
  • Hospitality/tourism/travel
  • Education/training/library
  • Health care/nurse
  • Legal/consulting/hr
  • Computing/information tech.
  • Management/executive
  • Engineering
  • Sales/biz dev
  • Marketing/advertising/pr
  • Nonprofit
  • Retail/food/wholesale
  • Transportation/logistics

    Apart from these, Imphal jobs also include side jobs, which are part time jobs or can be done from home. There are several placement agencies in the city. They provide assistance in choosing the right kind of job according to one’s education.

    Hence, the job sphere in Imphal has improved a great deal which has had a positive impact on the economy of the state.

    Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012



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