Redwood City, California, 14th June, 2016: Aspiring Minds, the global leader in employability assessments, today launched the U.S. Job Skill Map – a first-of-its-kind interactive platform that links job qualifications to job vacancies and compensation.
New Delhi, 1st June, 2016: Less than 8% of Indian engineers are employable in core engineering roles reveals Aspiring Minds’ latest National Employability Report.
New Delhi, January 20, 2016: Aspiring Minds, the global leader in job skills credentialing and matching releases the 5th National Employability Report - Engineers.
New Delhi, December 21, 2015: Aspiring Minds, a global leader in job skills credentialing and matching, today announced the acquisition of LetsIntern.com, India’s largest online and mobile internship platform.
New Delhi, December 02, 2015: A recent study conducted by Aspiring Minds’ on start-up hiring across the country has revealed a rising demand for professionals in non-technical roles.
New Delhi, 17th November, 2015: Aspiring Minds, the world’s leading job skills credentialing firm, today announced adding over 250 assessment centres pan India in partnership with Don Bosco Tech Society.
New Delhi, 27th October, 2015: AMCAT, world’s largest job skills credentialing platform has partnered with Tanzania’s largest classifieds and business directory ZoomTanzania.com, in a bid to make hiring in Africa more efficient and enable easy access to job opportunities for the youth.
New Delhi, 16th October, 2015: Aspiring Minds, a global job skills credentialing leader, today announced the launch of a fund to provide seed investment to start-ups in the education technology and employment technology space. The company plans to invest over a million dollars in the next 12 to 18 months and scale the fund systematically.
New Delhi, 7 August, 2015: Unbelievable it maybe, but in India 40% plumbers are not trained to handle emergency health and safety situations arising out of their jobs. Aspiring Minds, world’s leading employability credentialing firm released a Skills report for Plumbers.
New Delhi, Aug 7, 2015: “Absurd” as it may sound, but this word is not understood by 67% of the engineering population in India, pronunciation is a far cry! Aspiring Minds, world’s leading employability credentialing firm released a report on the state of spoken English capabilities in young engineers and how their employability is affected by their Spoken English skills.