After completing a year or so into your first job (if you last that long…) there are strong chances of you feeling like being your own boss and not working under anyone. Freelancing might be one of the most flexible jobs on planet, but its not as simple as it looks. Starting your career as a freelancer has its own pros and cons. This infographic might help you get along the offset.
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With stats like that, you need to be prepared for a rough job market. The activities done in college can build a powerful resume and help you stand out after graduation. The resume is your first impression when you are a fresher. You gotta make it hell impressive for the recruiters to find it hard to resist giving a thought of taking you in. Whether you are a freshman, senior or somewhere in between, here are:
12 Ways to Build your Resume while still in School or College
2014 Elections are going on! And almost 27% adult population of the nation is still not aware of the basic structure of their government which is really alarming. It is sad that the subject of CIVIC SCIENCE been taught in 10th grade never comes up individual’s mind
What do you mean by Democracy?
India is known as the world’s largest democracy. Well I’m no Civic’s professor or do not intent to bore you, but let me just define Democracy for those who still don’t know. Democracy is a form of government, where the people choose their representatives who will govern their state (Nation). The key behind success of a democratic republic is the distribution of power. Power is given to every individual to choose a representative among them. This power is really big in true sense. Then why this democracy is failing since decades after the independence?
Expectations from the Leaders
Blaming the system, blaming the politicians, blaming everything else other than yourself is what we Indians are good at. When asked about the system or an individual’s role, they don’t even know the number of states India has! Read the rest of this entry
What is a Startup?
According to Wikipedia, “A startup company or startup is a company, a partnership or temporary organization designed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.”
Another definition by Co-CEO of Warby Parker says, “A startup is a company working to solve a problem where the solution is not obvious and success is not guaranteed.”
For me, a Startup is a company, that is confused about:
- What its product is.
- Who its customers are.
- How to make money.
As soon as it figures out all 3 things, it ceases being a startup and becomes a real business. Except most times, that doesn’t happen.
When does Human enterprise cease to exist as a startup?
The answer is – When one realizes that there is no substitute to Hard Work! (though you could ease it a little by doing Smart Work…) But achieving success is not as easy as it looks..
College life is the duration when you have ample time to make mistakes. Don’t get me wrong, but by making mistakes, I mean, learning from them. So, when you got enough time, you should invest it in experimenting different possibilities to start up your own business. Following infographic will give you an idea that will boost your confidence that you could too startup in your college days:
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Who will be the Prime Minister of India?
Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejrival or Rahul Gandhi?
As Elections are just about to begin in India, the pre-elections period is the most interesting one. Where all the twists and turns take place. Promotions and Rallies all over the nation. Controversies, fights, protests, debates, sessions, campaigns, etc. And with an addition of Google, we can track what are people searching the most during this season.
Google India has taken an initiative to keep the population of India aware during the elections and included India in their politics and elections section which will give out latest trends and currents events politicians are conducting or being a part of along with the public point of view. Given below, you will see an infographic made by Google India, showing the search queries Indians put up most against each of the top candidates for the prime minister position.
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Searching for a new job can be frustrating and demoralizing many times. Luckily, this doesn’t seem to be the case for many IT professionals. IT jobs are the leading edge of job growth, are estimated to grow much faster than their current rate in coming years. For those who are recent graduates or engineers, or those who are looking for an advancement in their career after years and years of service to the IT industry, or for those who are just looking forward to take a leap into this viscous circle, this infographics presented below is somewhat re-assuring.
Watch below for more information on the median salary details for all of the listed jobs below:
Let me start with introducing you to the Generations of today’s world. The kids who are born between 1980’s to late 1990’s are often called as Generation Y or Millennials. And the ones before them are Generation X born between 1960’s to early 1980’s. But the major deal of the generation gap comes into picture when we talk about the Generation Z i.e. Kids born after 2000.
These kids are said to be the most advanced versions in terms of technologies as the technology was pretty much evolved by the time they were born. They are restless, they are impatient, they are adamant, they are rebellious. They live in the world of social media and prefer talking through tweets and statuses than face to face. Now let us have a look at the infographic shown below to get a detailed insight on why are Millennials different than the old generation.
So, now the Pappu (Rahul Gandhi), vice president of Indian National Congress Party and (so-called) promising Prime Minister candidate has been a trending topic, beating #Batista and Royal Rumble, #GrammyAwards2014, Sallu bhai’s #JaiHo and almost half of the population of India tweeting and posting about #RepublicDay on all the social media platforms, after being interviewed by Arnab Goswami – Indian Journalist and Editor-in-Chief on his show named “Frankly Speaking” aired on Times Now. Read the rest of this entry