A recent survey has ranked Tamil Nadu at first position among preferred states for working women in India.
India Skills Report 2016, an initiative by Wheebox, a global talent assessment company, has come out with the ranking. It was done in association with Confederation of Indian Industry, LinkedIn, PeopleStrong and Association of Indian Universities.
Tamil Nadu is followed by Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Gujarat, Kerala, Karnataka, and Punjab among the 29 states and seven Union Territories (UTs) surveyed.
The results are part of the Wheebox Employability Skill Test assessment of 500,000 people on 5,000 educational campuses across states and UTs on various employability parameters — numerical and logical ability, communication skills, domain knowledge, etc.