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

At 17, you may be thinking about preparing for college. You are already on the process of deciding for the career path which you are going to take. One of the best ways for you to find out which paths are you going to take to is decide on your fields of interest. In order to give you an idea of which field you might probably excel at, try to have part time jobs. Not just one, but investigate several. By taking these jobs for 17 years old, you will be able to find out if the sort of work

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

Unless you live in a cave, under a rock, or in an Afghanistan bunker, you’ve probably heard about the 2004 documentary “Super Size Me.” This fascinating film follows director Morgan Spurlock as he embarks on 30 days of eating nothing but McDonald’s cuisine while exploring the obesity issue plaguing America. The humorous, yet thought-provoking documentary was lauded by critics and audiences and deservedly earned an Academy Award nomination (unfortunately, it lost out to “Born into Brothels,” which I hear is a good film, but nowhere near as interesting or entertaining). Morgan has parlayed the success he garnered from the big