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JOB opportunities high in India or foriegn. Why?
Posted By: kandasamy doss
Job opportunities are high in India because now India is developed so many mncare open their branch in India. Here they invest low price then get high profit. Sothey open new branches from that we have lot of job opportunities have beenproduced
Posted By: keerthi
es job opportunities are more in India, which is developing now. Many foreigncompanies are Opening their branches in India in the name of BPO's and CALLCENTERS.
The main reason why these foreign companies are opting India is due to thesimple fact that India has many graduates and unemployed youth who are ready to accept a job with less pay then their foreign counter parts. Due to which they  will gain more profits.
Posted By: sowbhagyavathi
 As India is a developing country, the Job opportunities in India are more.
India has large number of graduates and postgraduates in each and every fieldsuch as science and technology, IT sector, arts, etc.
 As the graduates and postgraduates in India are ready to expose themselves tothe world of competition, they are ready to work for less pay. The main reason forthat is, the people want experience and exposure to different environment wherethe chance of learning several things is more.
Money matters less for people who have the capacity to prove themselves. Theforeign companies in the present that's openings their branches in India becausethey knew that Indians are hardworking and they have the zeal to accept and work for the upliftment of their country 
Posted By: meenakshisekar
No job opportunities are not only more in India but they are also more in othercountries like china, Japan etc.reason is now Chinese. Japanese they are alsoequally competent to u and us know why china has seen a drastic change in theirdevelopment? B¶s they work even harder and smarter than us. Even more peopleand more opportunities are there in India do u known that we are also rankinghigh in unemployment?
Posted By: keerthi
 As meena said As far as job opportunities are considered they are more in chinaand Japan but they don't give a chance to foreigners as in US.
If we consider the opportunities for Indians I think there are more opportunitiesin India than in US or any other country abroad as most of the mnc's areopening their branches here.
No one studies for an MBA. Everyone studiesfor a job.
Rating:said this on 08 Dec 2009 1:06:37 AM ISTi m totally agree i with the above statement that no body study for MBA bt for job...in todaywrld competition has increased to a great height that almost everyone is going for acquiringhigher education so that they can be given preference among the common ones..so the need to be extra talented is increasing day by day because the persons are getting conscious towardstheir career ...so the only possible way for this is to achieve higher education.for instance incmpany fo a job if their two persons one is simply b.tech and anthr is MBA thn definitely thelater one is goin to get a higher position in as compare to the former...(Reply to this comment)
Rating:said this on 11 Dec 2009 1:41:10 PM ISTyes i do agree with rachana because now a days people mainly the job seekers will try to get agood job.the best example is we can see in news about the illegal certification providersetc.The main thing behind this is the company will mentions there need like Btech,MBA etcthere may so many people who may try to get in good mnc's at any cost that is only having adegree so they may try this worse way.so in my view now study for mba is only a way to getgood position(Reply to this comment
psv rao
Rating:said this on 09 Jan 2010 9:08:22 PM ISTIn the final analysis, our intention is to get a good job and prosper from there. In the presentday context, where B Tech degree has become the basic qualification, it is imperative to havesomething extra to squeeze ahead. This is possible through a MBA degree. One cannot denythat the economy runs on the wheels of finance and recession or no recesssion finance provides the necessary discipline to stay on track. However, a MBA with experience isdefinitely more fetching and hence it may be said that one seeks a job first and enhances hischances of progress by getting a MBA degree after say 2-3 years of experience.(Reply to this comment
Rating:said this on 13 Jan 2010 8:57:30 PM ISTsry miss rachna bt i dont hv the same opinion..okk we can get a job by showing our mbadegree...but what after that..are we going to work for our whole life with that package..noincreament nothing..because getting job is an another thig but if we want to establishourselves in the market and get proper career growth we should have the required skills of amanager..thats why doing mba properly is required..(Reply to this comment)
Rating:said this on 19 Jan 2010 5:40:39 PM ISTi dont think so now a days everyone is runing for an mba so its very difficult for everyone toget a gud job .(Reply to this comment)
vineeth ramanathan
Rating:said this on 10 Dec 2009 7:23:30 PM ISTi am very much agreeing with this topic becoz in this booming competition no one will go onlyfor the sake of getting a job(Reply to this comment)
Rating:said this on 17 Dec 2009 12:15:58 PM ISTThis view cannot be fully agreed upon. With the current recessions any student will want beassured of a job.Ensuring whether it is appropriate to what he had studied will not play much bigger role now. As pointed out by rachna people study to get preference while getting jobs. Jobthat has to be done by a B.E student are now also available to an MBA student.When suchoppurtunities are given it will be definitely used and hence the students cannot be blamed. Sochange in the mindset of the employers is needed rather than in the students(Reply to this comment
Rating:said this on 17 Dec 2009 7:51:39 PM ISTEven MBA curriculums have a tinge of job experience in their curriculum as they also think students should get placed. There should be a change in the mindset of educational institutions

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