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After ITeS, the retail sector is touted to be the next biggest job spinner in the country. Till now, retail jobs in India have been looked at as low-paying and meant for plain graduates. But with organised retailing in the country poised to assume gigantic proportions, the sector will spawn a vast number of jobs across the spectrum, according to a recent study by Pricewaterhouse Coopers. The study said retail sales accounted for 10% of the GDP in '04, with a market size of $207bn, and the sector is expected to grow at 15.6% with the potential of creating over 2m new (direct) jobs within the next five years. Currently, the share of the organised sector is $6bn, constituting 3% of the total market size. "With the boom in the retailing sector, the HR scenario is also slowly evolving. There is now a desire in freshers as well as experienced professionals in affiliated industries (FMCG, hospitality and other service sectors) to look at retail industry with potential of offering...
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