It was not long back when people left their villages with a penny and made fortunes in “amchi Mumbai”. Hundreds of job seekers till date head to “Mumbai- The Commercial Capital of India” for moulding their careers and why not? Mumbai has a job for all…may it be Advertising/ PR/ Media or a Technical Job, Infrastructure or automobiles, Finance/ Banking or Journalism/Creative writing. Mumbai has in store the top MNC Jobs, IT Jobs, BPO/ Call centre Jobs, Accounting Jobs, Hotel Jobs and Travel Tourism jobs. It is the gateway to the very glamorous Bollywood… Anchoring/ Modeling/ Television/ Films/ Production/ Music

Living and working in Dubai is a dream for many. Do you have the same aspirations? Read on to know all about the employment scenario and jobs in Dubai. Dubai Dubai is one of seven emirates of the UAE. It is controlled by emir, an independent ruler. It is located in the southern part of the Persian Gulf. It is one of the wealthiest regions in the United Arab Emirates. Economy of Dubai The economy of Dubai is largely dependent on its oil industry. It is rich primarily because of its huge oil resources. The large oil reserves of Dubai

Many people dream of working in the healthcare industry for numerous reasons. To get the satisfaction of having made a difference in the lives of people, to help them in their times of sickness and bad health or to have a professional workplace and earn a decent living. To work with a group of professional and well qualified personnel and enjoy meeting new people every day. The reasons maybe diverse but if the goal is to secure a better job in hospitals and clinics then the best way to do so is by upskilling. You may be trying to gain

Part One. Each of us has a reason for investment in stocks and in this instance mine is FOG No, this is not another newfangled over-the-counter derivative designed for obfuscation but simply "For our Grandchildren". You will gather for this purpose I would not envisage or indeed welcome a roller coaster ride from any of my choices and prefer slow but sustained growth over the medium to long term. This is not to suggest that my purchases are always as inherently safe as I expect these to turn out to be since in other dealings I am prepared to accept

Sajan completed his B. Tech in computer science. His father was a barber who had toiled to ensure that their son would find a gainful employment one day. It was 2008, the parents were astonishingly watching the lifestyle of IT professionals and hoped one day their son also will shine professionally. An independent house, a car was their dream although Sajan’s father in his barber profession earned comfortably. It was in 2014 Sajan completed his B. Tech and found a job as a coder in an IT company. He was drawing an annual package of 4 lacs per annum in