The city of Joy, Kolkata is basking in the glory of a boom in the city job market. Job opportunities in Kolkata are on an upward growth trajectory in varied sectors. The city which serves as the capital city to the eastern state of India, West Bengal is growing by leaps and bounds. Fondly known for its amazing food, rich culture and lively environment, Kolkata has many contributions to its credit in supporting the country's growing economy. Talking of the current scenario, Kolkata is emerging out to be a promising destination for job-seekers. Industry experts are hopeful that in the

Since so many students have large college loans, they must be concerned about the employers and jobs that will be available to them when they graduate. Of course, that does not mean that the students who are not burdened with loans are not also concerned with landing good jobs. I've said this before, but it still holds true. In the end, most college students only want three things: 1. A good college education 2. An enjoyable college experience 3. A great job when they graduate Unfortunately, there are colleges that have trouble achieving all three. Some colleges are known for

Network Systems/Data Communications Analyst Other titles include Network Engineers, Systems Engineers, Systems Administrators, Network Specialists, and System Programmers. These individuals evaluate, analyze, test, and design network systems such as Internet, intranet, local area networks (LAN), network systems, and other systems for data communication. At an increase of almost 54% since 2006, this job is considered one of the leading jobs in the United States with a salary approximately $73,000 a year. Although the majority of these positions require a bachelor’s degree, some companies only require associates degrees in areas such as information technology or computer science. Computer Software Engineer Other

Finding a good job at the present time is difficult, especially in this time of recession when instead of getting a new job, many people are losing their jobs regularly. However, managing a job that pays well is not as difficult as it seems to be. To get such a job, one has to look at the right place and most importantly has to think outside of the typical way. In today’s world, the notion of job has changed a lot. Now, people do not need to be a ‘Director’ or a ‘Chairman to make big bucks. In this day,

As students and parents sift through the many college choices, they use a variety of factors and information to select a college that seems right for their needs and goals. Unfortunately, it is the college Public Relations Department that supplies most of that information. However, there are many additional factors that should be considered, when they are important to student success. 1. Job Search Preparation – Does the college both offer and explain exactly what students can do to make themselves more attractive to potential employers? (Not only grades, but books, web sites, coaching, interviewing and résumé preparation training, lectures,

Optimistic people scour the web daily in search of work from home opportunities. Job seekers desiring to work at home run the gamut from the unemployed to those who are looking for an additional income stream to stay at home moms hoping to contribute a little extra income to the family budget. Sadly, what many encounter are shady employment ads that are deliberately concocted to rob the unsuspecting of money, personal information and time. This may lead some to believe that all home office jobs are scams, which simply is not true. Kate Lister of the Teleresearch Network estimates that

Sustainable construction is an emerging trend that has initiated to make real inroads in projects across the market spectrum. But while many owners are interested in the long-term economic and environmental aspect of green building, they are often scared away by the perceived upfront costs. However, a recent study conducted by the Urban Green Council in one of the most expensive cities in the world found that while it may have been the case in the past, the fundamental perception that it costs more to go green is simply no longer the case . In the Urban Green Council report