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One of the fastest growing sectors, the healthcare industry is offering a wide array of jobs as well as entrepreneurial opportunities.
Shantanu Prakash, Managing Director, Educomp Solutions, talks of the potential in the education field.
After two years of pink slips and lay-offs, 2010 may be the year of the employee as companies recovering from the slowdown go on a hiring spree.
Taking up a brand new job in an unfamiliar field can be scary. It can also pay off handsomely, as some people have found after a successful swap.
Raghupathy S., Senior Director and Head, Confederation of Indian Industry Godrej Green Business Centre, talks about the opportunities for green entrepreneurs.
Entertainment is one of the fastest growing industries, churning out new career opportunities and ventures every year.
The growth in the retail industry is not only creating massive job opportunities at all levels, but has also launched a wave of entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurs have begun to leverage the opportunities in the agricultural sector and are reaping the benefits of venturing into this field.
Companies are making variable pay a bigger component of salaries, a trend that is likely to catch on.
Entrepreneurs' zeal to inject innovation in the country's stagnating education system has turned it into a lucrative proposition.
Find out if the returns from investing in a mid-career MBA programme justify the move.
T.V. Mohandas Pai, Director, HR, Infosys Technologies, tells that India Inc is hiring again, but that employees should be prepared for a slower growth in opportunities.
Being environment-conscious is not just politically correct, it also makes good business sense as niche ventures and careers come up.
The long winter of retrenchment and pay cuts might be drawing to a close.
With lower salary hikes and slow hiring predicted across sectors, pay for performance is set to be the norm for the new year.
This 24-year-old opted out of IIM campus placements to launch a unique Web start-up called Life in Lines.
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- I-T officials conducting survey since Sep 19: Jet Airways
- Sebi issues revised KYC norms for foreign portfolio investors
- PM has betrayed India: Gandhi on Hollande's reported remarks on Rafale deal
- Google may be tracking your offline purchases with Mastercard's help
- Facebook's dating service is live, but not everyone can use it
- Nokia 7.1 Plus may be unveiled at HMD Global's launch event on October 4
- iPhone users take note! WhatsApp won't run on these devices
- GoPro Hero7 Black launched with gimbal-like stabilisation