The job market of Chennai is brimming with entry level jobs for freshers in the domains of; IT enabled services, Information Technology, Banking and Healthcare. These are the domains which are the prime contributors to the economic and job growth of the city. For employers entry-level roles are the medium to utilize the skills of experienced candidates to add high value to a business, which is done by hiring fresh graduates, which push the seasoned professionals to the next orbit of their career to take up bigger challenge and responsibilities. As for the current job trends in the city, IT

Accounting is the language of business. Its knowledge is fundamental to any businessperson that seeks to plan expenditure and strive for a profit. Most business professionals are therefore required to study some accounting. Accounting professionals interact with all levels of a business and for many it’s a very interesting job. Eligibility o Individuals with an analytical approach and technical expertise of accounting, good mathematical aptitude, knowledge of the technicalities of a business system and those who are well versed with computers. o Basic eligibility is 4 years of college for a professional degree in accounting or a related field. o

A Bachelor of Science in Information Technology or BSIT is a bachelor’s degree offered to students who want to pursue an undergraduate course in information technology. Students, who want to pursue a career in information technology, can opt for this course. Depending upon the country, from where the course is being done, BSIT courses have varying time to get completed. The degree basically focuses on subjects like databases, software and networking in general. This degree primarily stresses on specific technologies, unlike mathematical and theoretical foundations focused in a computer science degree. This degree is awarded when one completes his studies

Many of the people I work with are in the middle of their working lives, in careers they no longer find fulfilling or they are working for a company going downhill fast. They are bored. Maybe they are all of the above. Meet David. Years ago, David took a part-time job as a bank teller while still in college. He majored in business administration. He was a hard worker and after graduation, the bank asked him to remain full-time. He was offered extensive training and had regular job advancements and salary boosts. David is now 55 years old and a

A quick internet search using the words, “Executive Protection Training” reveals a number of courses that are available for about $250-$500 dollars a day. Add this to the air fare, meals and lodging and you have easily spent thousands of dollars to attend this type of training. The websites that offer this training look slick, with professional rotating pictures of limousines, private jets, yachts, limos and guys with guns. It is testosterone heaven. But wait…..there’s more! As you click through the tabs you see all the services that are offered: Personal Protection, Witness Protection, Dignitary Protection, Investigations of all types,