How is it different to work in an MNC or a start up as a Architect?

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RE: How is it different to work in an MNC or a start up as a Architect?

Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
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It will be an entirely different experience if you decide to work in a start up or a small company compared to that in a multi national company, as an architect. The difference in the two cases can be understood on the basis of the following points:

1. The work load will be generally high if you are working in a start up setting. There will be huge work pressure and you will be required to work at a stretch under the tight deadlines. In case of a multi national organization, the work is often not that hectic and therefore the work life balance is easy. This is one of the reason why people prefer multi national companies. They get a lot of comfort during their work while working in such companies. Also since the facilities in such companies are very good, it adds to your comfort at work place.

2. You will get to learn a number of things in a start up compared to that in a multi national company. This is due to the fact that in start up settings, your role's boundaries are not perfectly defined. Every now and then you will have to get out of your comfort zone and do things beyond your job description. Therefore you get to learn a variety of things that adds value to your profile. In a big company, your role is well defined and therefore you work within those boundaries only.

3. The salaries of the architects working in multinational companies are usually much higher than those who work in start ups. The high salaries are again the reason why people choose to go for multi national companies. But when it comes to learning, start ups will give you more opportunities.

4. While working for multi national companies you will be dealing with bigger clients and therefore the exposure level will be much more. In case of start ups you do not have big clients. Therefore you don't get enough opportunities to travel around and get that exposure.

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