Raman kumar  Garg

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

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

Alok Agrawal
Alok Agrawal
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Mananger at Etoe Group/Career Counselor
  • Bangalore

Hello...


To start with let me introduce myself, I am working as a financial analyst in a private company, I am having experience of around three years in the same field and planning to work in the same field only as there my skill and interest lies.

Coming to your question, if we see it is really different to work in MNC- multi national company and start up companies.
The difference lies in various things and areas as mentioned below:

  • First point is salary which is very important factor to decide. The MNC's as having lot of fund investors and fund to invest and carry their business will definitely pay you more as compare to start ups where they are not funded yet or investing their own money will think more about paying you more.

  • Second point lies in infra structure and other facilities. Like in MNC's they have more technological options and softwares available for better working life and experience as compare to start up where they mostly do not have that much funds to invest in technology and software's for which they rely on employees to make them work more.

  • In start ups, they always have more work and less people to do that work where as in MNC's work is properly allocated and divided to all as per the number of employees.

  • Third point lies in work culture and environment, in MNC's you will find a really good work culture and professionalism as compare to start ups where the work culture.

  • More welfare facilities are their in MNC's for employees as have good budget for it as compare to start up where generally no budget is allocated to other facilities like recreational, nice cafeterias, team building etc.

  • Next important point is risk factor is more in start up as they have less funds to run generally only enough to run for next twelve months which gives the risk of closing any time, long term perspective is not there.

  • Where as in start up plus point is growth factor is high, you will get more chances of moving up in ladder as compared to MNC's where it will take you years to move in high positions.

  • In start ups more transparency is there, you will be aware of what all going in company where as in MNC's it is always hidden.

Hope all this point are enough for your knowledge about the difference in MNC's and start up.

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