HELLO I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS.

PRATHAM

Hello, sir  my nem is Pratham an i ws in 12std from india .
and i taken S.P AND I.T
THEN I WOULD HV TO A CAREER IN IT WHAT WOULD I DO
I  AM  SOOO  CONFUSED ABOUT MY CAREER ,
PZZZ CAN U TELL ME ABOUT IT.

 

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tswayne
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Hi, Pratham. Good luck in your career search. Many of the posters here are in the US, including myself, so we don't really know much about the educational system in India, or what the job market is like there. Maybe someone from Indian will chime in though. Still, I would suggest you think about what you like to do, and try to pursue a career doing that instead of getting stuck doing something you dislike just to take a job.  Of course, there are times when any job will have to do, but hopefully you aren't desperate. You might also want to look at job postings for the types of positions that interest you, and see what the required qualifications are, then you can tailor your education to better match the requirements for those positions. Good luck, I hope everything works out well for you. Just keep trying, and eventually things will fall into place.

jimlynch
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Check Simply Hired and other job sites to see what employers are looking for. This will give you an idea of the qualifications you need to have, and what you might earn. Plus you can find jobs in your area. Good luck.

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