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Rajeev is an Educator, Mentor, Career Guide, Corporate Trainer, writer, and a business management professional with more than 20 years of corporate experience across multiple verticals. He is actively involved in bridging Academia-Corporate gap for which he is conducting FREE "Journey from C2C-Campus 2 Corporate" workshops in colleges across India. He has managed global teams with onsite visits to countries like US, China, Hong-Kong, Singapore, and Nigeria. His first book, titled “Y2K and India” was published in the year 1999 for which he received compliments from legends like Narayan Murthy, Dr. Y.S.Rajan, and Rajendra Pawar.

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Dear Shivangi, Welcome to the world of writing! Before starting, first you need to evaluate your skills, interest, and existing qualification and type of writer you want to become. based on your skills and qualification, you can opt some of the following career options in writing: - technical writer - marketing content writer (part of social media) - academic writer - fiction writer - poet - instructional designer - author (do you want to write a book on some topic) - proposal writer - policy and process writer - editor/proof reader - journalist There is competition in all these jobs so do

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 12, 2015
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Amit, I am not sure about Navy part but I can tell about Software Development. If you are not in programming (while working in Navy), you'll have to work hard to get your first job. And in case, you are into s/w development (while in Navy), every software company would like to hire you. Also, you need to be very selective about what all programming you want to do.

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014
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MIS/IT consulting and Business Analyst can be two good options. I've not heard SSD in I, what is that?

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014
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BI is an upcoming field and is best suited only if you have analytical mind and like to play with numbers. You'll be working with many software and knowledge of MIS is of great help.All the best

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014
Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014
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Palash, what is your interest. Can you share that? Try to find out why ur parents want you to do Engg (is it because others are doing or they get good salary)?

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014
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If you are fresher, go for better job profile to start with as you'll get lot of learning opportunities. All the best.

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@Ramiz, welcome to Corporate World of recruitment. Your case reminds of many such incidents of past. Anyhow, with this now you need to change your job application approach. At times, corporate clearly mention how to apply, what should be written in subjec

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@Prabhu, you need to tell what all you know in IT. Are you handling networks, ERP system, SAP, or something else? based on what you have done so fay you can do relevant course and get some certification. There is lot of demand out there.

Answered by: Rajeev Jain, Expert Technical Writer at Agilent Technologies, on July 09, 2014