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Hi All,
I have done my B.Tech (I.T), which i did solely for the love of Computers.I love technology, but i hate programming and stuff. I am a very open minded, creative and outgoing person, frequently interacting with people which is what i like to do always. that's why i decided for my career in HR. To begin with i started as a recruiter for I.T requirements for a consultancy, and i have been doing well , getting few offers in 5 months. But considering my active nature and personality my Manager has asked me to join the Business Development Team and assist them for the same.
I have no clue about the career prospects in Business Development, so i would like to get as many suggestions on this as possible, so that i don't make a mistake or something by shifting the domain within such a short span of time. Kindly let me know of the career prospects for both Recruitment and Business Development, which will be having more opportunities considering the market scenario and all the other prospects in future terms.

Awaiting your Valuable feeds..

3rd April 2009 From India, Bangalore
Dear Friend,
Both are different verticles. Recruitment activity is entirely different from your business development activity. If I am not wrong you are going to switch over to Marketing verticle and no way connected to programming and all. If the new verticle addresses your interests and usage of your core knowledge and qualifications you can take a call and take up the assignment.
Finally you are the owner of your career hence you are the sole judge & responsible for your decision.
Thanks and regards - kameswarao
3rd April 2009 From India, Hyderabad
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