According to a recent study by the job search portal Indeed, the advent of generative artificial intelligence (AI) has opened pathways to a number of employment opportunities in the market. The study revealed a 158 per cent surge on the platform in job postings related to this field in India in the last five years. The findings also recorded an 89 per cent increase in searches for jobs in generative AI and large language models in March 2023 as compared with the same month in 2018.The data comes at a time when speculations are rife regarding the probability of jobs getting.India has emerged as a significant player in the global AI landscape, with a growing pool of talented AI professionals. While it's challenging to determine if India has the largest talent pool for AI, there is no denying that the country has made remarkable progress in this field. One of the significant drivers of this growth is the strong emphasis on STEM education in India, which has helped create a steady pipeline of skilled talent in the tech industry. Furthermore, India has a vast population, which provides a massive talent pool to draw from,' said Sashi Kumar, head of sales, Indeed India.The study also found a similar trend in job searches in countries including Singapore with a 94.7 per cent surge in AI job postings in the last five years, and a 30 per cent rise in job postings for software developers in the United States.