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It isn’t any debate when I tell you that the Indian Education Industry is rife with competition, system. Too many engineers, IT consultants, and doctors, and not enough positions for them to secure and that is because the country is growing, no matter how slow or fast.
The benefits of this growth must be maintained with a balance; steady and strong. The fact of the matter is that many fresh graduates are often inexperienced about joining the workforce, particularly the fact that there is no easy money, the money comes later, much later than we would wish to admit.
Life is harder for the fresh out of college graduate, you must know the facts about your career opportunities because as the industries grow and change so does its requirements, that you might be the one who knows so much about these things is never enough, it is the inherent challenge of entering the workforce. Knowing a bit more than your peers can often put you a cut above the rest
It is hard work but very possible for anyone once they understand the system and what it’s all about.
Career path: A lot of your knowledge should be based upon the core concepts and knowledge you’ve acquired in your course, good or bad it doesn’t matter when you know the facts, which bring me to the next point.
Insight: Insight into any industry is important for a fellow student/graduate/postgraduate. Insight into any industry requires patience and skill (the latter more than the former). Internships, volunteering work, personal experience, and personal knowledge play a huge part in the understanding of the industrial complexities of life.
Resolve: You have chosen a path and remember that whatever you’re currently doing, should be a useful and relevant skill to use in your specialization.
Staying prepared: Staying well informed in the workings of your industry doesn’t just help you better in securing a good job. It also helps you anticipate how the industry might change, how it might grow, a simple example could be how the car manufacturing industry was largely automated from the 1970s (starting with General Motors). While many laborers were out of work, a whole new breed of technicians and workers came in to maintain these machines. It’s rarely a loss of opportunities but rather a shift in requirements. Robots car assemblers meant a need for workers with the skills needed to maintain them.
In conclusion, knowledge and insight are not inherent, these are acquired skills that require time and tests to refine, don’t feel disappointed or upset over the fact. Time, perseverance, knowledge, skill, and patience make a successful career for any person.