Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Jack1016
Unemployed

What course do I pursue as I am unemployed engineer age 29, passed engineering in 2012, studied for civil services exams wrote mains twice failed prelims twice(2014,2016). Now I want to get back to work along with my preparation. I am being told to do a course in: 1.Selenium 2.Data Power 3.Oracle DBA 4. IoS developer 5.Data Analytics. Please advice I haven't worked from the time I finished my graduation (B.E.Computer Science,62%aggregate, weak in maths)?
27th September 2016 From India, Bangalore
Dear Jack,
Some 4-5 years have been passed since your graduation. Now it is time for you to get into such a employment wherein you do not require much investment. Your major concern is your immediate cash flow. Doing computer courses immediately after graduation is one thing and doing these after 4-5 years of hiatus is another. Just because you are BE (Computer Sc), that does not mean that you should pursue your career in the IT field only.
If your oral communication communications are good and if you have better personality then you may become Medical Rep. If you grasp production knowledge and show complete dedication, sky is the limit to grow. Please note that this field does not require one to be B Pham or M Pham. High IQ is sufficient for success. The difference about this career is that it is field oriented and not sedentary job like IT.
Pharma companies are growing very fast. The sector is recession free. Why it is so? The reasons are obvious.
Thanks,
Dinesh Divekar
27th September 2016 From India, Bangalore
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