What's the in demand profession today?

@yukyrob (167)
March 12, 2007 5:35am CST
even your already graduate in college and have a diploma in chosen profession its really hard to find a jod, some are doing jobs not related to their profession, how will you comment about this matter..?
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@oarnamav (2708)
• India
12 Mar 07
I shall explain you the overall scenario about this carrer opportunities, the jobs, the money and the success of life in some brief way. The world is slowly moving towards the saturation point in regard to the manufacturing, education, health and trading business as such, so the prospectus in these areas are selodom to a newcomer. The service industries are florishing faster as compared to all other actvities instead. Hence you should involve yourself in the organizations which are service oriented and not anything else than this. You even can think of going an enterpruner in this field and start some service type of work in your own city of residence without investing much in the begining. The service industry needs a little working capital and need almost nothing as a capital or infrastructural type of investmnets. So you can start with some little amount whatever is with you or which can be created with some little efforts to gather. A job search sometimes make you excessively aged and some times depresses you completely if you fail to get one in proper age. To avoid the depression and the complete failure I think to start for the big could take you to a success ladder atleast in few years definitly. So dare to be a businessman rather a servent to somebody. Wish you a great success in the life.