After 2 years of the pandemic, Indians have given more than 3 crore interviews in the last three months, a 13.71 per cent jump in comparison to the previous quarter (October-December 21).According to jobs and professional networking platform, apna.co, India logged the highest hiring momentum in logistics and IT in Q1 of 2022. There was a 42 per cent quarter over quarter (Q/Q) growth in Indias employee base too wherein the country noted a sudden boom in jobs.The platform in the last three months, witnessed a massive 141 percent growth in new users, with the registration of 48 lakh new professionals on its platform who have been interviewing for various roles across industries. 46 percent of these new users preferred the vernacular interface over English to find job opportunities and build their professional networks. The companys data reveals that 45 percent of its user base was seen interacting in communities and building their network.As per the survey, the trend for WFH jobs remains significant. In the last quarter apna.co noted a 2% increase in people applying for remote jobs. The analysis also highlighted increased participation by women in the workforce this quarter as they applied for a variety of roles and gave more than 1 crore interviews, a 20 per cent increase in comparison to last quarter.Northern India had an inclination towards telecallers, computer operators, and security guard roles, however people in the southern parts of the country preferred jobs roles like business development and logistics. In Eastern India users applied for delivery and sales, while professionals from the west were on the lookout for opportunities in the back office, finance, and retail, the survey revealed adding that telecaller, computer operators, and, back-office have consistently been top categories in all regions.The survey also recorded changing user interest in jobs across categories. For example, the survey found that user interest increased by 44 percent for business development, 39 percent for sales/fieldwork, 22 percent for delivery persons, 19 percent for back-office roles, 16 percent for computer operators, 14 percent for engineering (across functions) while 11 percent increase for human resources and cooks/chefs and bakers.Even though 50 percent of the interviews took place in the top metros including Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Kolkata, Interviews in tier II cities have increased by 30 per cent from the last quarter.