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What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of High Paying Jobs?

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 03 January 2012, 12:44 Hrs
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Bangalore: It is a common nature of each one of us to settle down well in our career and get into a secured job after the completion of our studies. Many of us work hard to get a high paying job as the competition has increased to a great extent at present. As the Indian job industry is making a greater mark when it comes to hiring, the students are getting very good placement opportunities through campus interviews while they are still studying.  You can also be lucky enough to get a high paying job offer even before you pass out from your college. The best example for this in India is the 21-year-old Delhi based IITian Ankur Dahiya, who was hired by social networking giant Facebook for 65 Lakh annually.

Though money factor is very important when it comes to choosing your career, it’s always good to think twice before accepting a high-paying job offer - you should analyze whether this particular job helps you to reach greater heights in your career. What is more important - Getting into a job that will help your career in the long run or a job that pays you well at present?

In India, some of the best paying jobs are Master of Business Administration [MBA], Airlines Industry, Software Engineers, Mechanical and Electronics Engineers, Chartered Accountant, Doctor Etc.

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