Should I Need To Relocate The Job? - CiteHR
Tajsateesh
Recruitment/talent Acquisition, Career Counselling
Anita P Panicker
Sr Hr Executive
+1 Other

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i am working in IT company as Java Developer mumbai in MNC company. but i want to relocate in ahmedabad as it is my hometown. i have just join the job before 6months and this is my career\'s first job. should i have to thik about ahmedabad? please reply...more suggesion from you will help me to take proper decision...
Thanks in advance...

Dear Pinkesh,
I fully agree with Nisha, it is too soon to change the job. It is advisable to continue with your current position for atleast 2yrs. Then you will have better opportunity in the market. The job Market is not so good now so think before you act. From what you have said, I feel you are home sick. Try to manage now, so you will have a better future tomorrow.
All the best.
Regards
Anita

Hello Pinkesh Patel,
As suggested by Nisha & Anita, pl stick to the present job--for MORE THAN ONE reason.
1] Your will only damage your resume/career if you move from the present job in such a short span--better avoid a situation of having to explain the shift later THAN getting into it & trying to figure-out how to handle it.
2] For the first 4-6 yrs of the career, suggest focus on gathering experience. This would be the time for anyone to get deeper into the nuances of the career [irrespective of the area/domain/sector]. As one gathers exp, more often than not, one tends to become superficial technically & the focus areas get shifted to people-handling, issue-handling, etc. That's when the exp one has gathered during the initial phase aids or mars the future growth [who would respect a Team Lead who doesn't have sound technical competence?].
Coming to your comment about Ahmedabad being your hometown, suggest get your priorities right--pl note that this is NOT a right/wrong issue. It's more to do with YOUR priorities. Had Ahmedabad had more IT companies with a strong technical base, it could have been a different matter. But, AS OF NOW, you know the scene is not-so-rosy from this perspective.
And, moreover, Ahmedabad is just a few hours travel from Mumbai I guess. In these days of globalization, that shouldn't really matter.
Hope you get the point.
All the Best.
Rgds,
TS

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