Psychiatrists are those specialised doctors who treat persons suffering from Mental illnesses or persons having  deviant thought processes. A typical day in the life of psychiatrist  consist of 1 Meetings with patients,who may be severly depressed,suicidal, schizophrenic  or paranoid. Most of the time they are intelligent people.. 2 Due to increased stress and strains in life, more and more people are referring to them for treatment..People from all age group refer to them. 3 Psychiatrists may  specialize their work in drug deaddiction,child psychiatry etc.  4 As

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Dear friend, many thanks for your question. Since you are [interested in economics][1] and want to make career in economics, therefore first I will tell you something about [economics and then its scope all over the globe][2]. Students who read economics can go to become economist, out of the various profession open to them. The [economists][3] are those study, research and monitor demand and supply, business trends, employment rates, cost of the materials, and so on in their attempt to make predictions of the course or economy of the business are taking and so on. Globalization and consequ

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Career Advice – As discussed above, the psychometric career test reports about the abilities and skills of the test taken, hence, it is the aptest way to find out the strengths and weaknesses too. It not only gives the aptitude knowledge of an individual but also explains the uniqueness of the test giver. Therefore, it becomes more apt to make a career decision based on it. As the student can get to know what makes his or her unique from the crowd, they can focus more on their special trait and thus pursue them in the right direction.   Taking psychometric test is almost equal to

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Dear Aspirant, If you want to enter into corporate, then you have to decide whether you wish to enter into companies like financial companies, research companies etc. or you wish to enter into the banking industry. If you wish to go into banking, then Masters in Business Economics (MBE) is suited. If you wish to go into the research industry, then Masters in Applied Economics is suited. If you wish to go into financial companies, insurance, stock market companies, investment management companies, then MBE or MBA Finance is suited. MBA in Business Economics is a sheer nonsense degree. Be

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Dear Aspirant, It is always better to be scientifically informed which course would suit the best for your son. Choosing a course should entirely depend on likings, interests, ability and passion. To be best sure of what suits your son for his career, I would suggest him to undergo an online psychometric test from CareerGuide which will help him understand himself in respect of his strengths, weaknesses, emotional quotient, etc. and will exactly tell him which career is ideal for him. You can then call counsellors to discuss. Best wishes!

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Dear Aspirant, Highly paid jobs in humanities field are: 1. Music 2. Mass Media 3. Mass Communication 3. Journalism 4. Architecture 5. Advertising 6. Marketing 7. Teaching Best wishes

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Hello Vaishnav,   Unable to understand your query.  Hence sending you the website of NIT, check it out: / If any other concern, do write back   Wish you good luck..

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