JobHai.com, a blue-collar job searching platform helping recruiters find the best talent, has partnered with YuWaah (Generation Unlimited) at UNICEF to improve employment opportunities for skilled young people in India. The collaboration aims to offer better salary jobs for the youth locally. The startup currently has multiple vacancies listed on the portal for semi-skilled, full-time, and contractual jobs across major cities in India, an official statement said.
JobHai is committed to building for Bharat and solving job discovery problems for millions of users. The application is available in vernacular languages like Hindi, Marathi, Telugu, Bangla and Gujarati. With more under development, the app will be available in over ten vernacular languages in a few months.
Commenting on the partnership, Dhuwarakha Sriram, Chief, Generation Unlimited India, Youth Development, Partnerships, UNICEF, said:
With this coalition, we look forward to making a significant impact on the lives of young people and connecting them with employment opportunities following their interests and ambitions.
The Job Hai app offers several features to help job seekers find the right job. The app allows job seekers to create their CVs or make audio introductions directly through the app, which is a unique feature for the semi-skilled workforce. This feature helps job seekers present themselves better, the release mentioned.
Roushan Bharti, Business Head of JobHai.com, added:
We aim to co-create and implement solutions at scale and tackle the employment challenges for youth in India. This collaboration is intended to help us amplify the voices of young people and make them job ready.
YuWaah (Generation Unlimited in India) at UNICEF is a globally and locally incubated platform hosted with UNICEF as a multi-stakeholder partnerships platform. The organisation aims to support a generation of empowered young changemakers in India by focusing on young people’s engagement, learning, skill development and employment. It is on a mission to connect around 100 million Indian youth with aspirational economic opportunities for productive lives and future employment, facilitating 200 million young people to gain relevant skills for productive lives and the future of work. And engage 300 million young people as active changemakers and create spaces for their leadership development by 2030.
YuWaah had previously collaborated with Indira Gandhi National Open University IGNOU to provide career awareness and guidance to IGNOU students.