do you think that if you`ll graduate management, you`ll have a good living?

@delkar (1715)
Romania
January 20, 2009 6:55pm CST
I mean that, do you think that as a manager, you`ll find easily a good job? Or not? Do you think that this it`s a job for the future? What do you think?
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@Dadexter (438)
• Pakistan
21 Feb 09
Buddy! I agree to responder number 1 here. It does not matter which specialization you choose. It totally depends on how expert you are in the field you chose. If you are specialist in what field you have chosen You can earn a lot. I'll give an example In Pakistan, there are cooks at various hotels that earn less than 4,000 Rupees and there also some kooks working at Five star hotels earning millions
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@delkar (1715)
• Romania
21 Feb 09
yes, you`re right, but if you gratuade management, you can easily find a good job. That`s the difference, because almost all the companies need a manager, and you can work in a bank too, with that specialization. Sure, you must be hard-worker if you wanna became a great one, and earn so much money, but i`ll easily at the begining.
@Dadexter (438)
• Pakistan
23 Mar 09
Well! I still say its only about being the best in what you do...you can not relate it to any one degree!!!!
@GADHISUNU (2163)
• India
18 Feb 09
I don't think. But the world thinks so. Don't you see the astronomical pays that Management Graduates do get? This is the prize they are getting for what the psychologists called delayed gratification. I am an Engineer by training. My classmates-some of 'em when they opted for management, if they weren't great Engineers, I thought management was good for them. But when some very good engineers opted to do management, I did spend sometime trying to convince them that a society is losing a very good engineer!
@delkar (1715)
• Romania
18 Feb 09
yeah,it`s your own opinion and it`s ok. Every guy must be sure of the job that he wants to make almost all his life. You must know what are your abilitie and to be honest .
@raynejasper (2324)
• Philippines
21 Jan 09
..hi.. for me, it doesn't matter what course you graduate.. what matters is your willingness and dedication to find a job suited for you.. if you graduate management, i don't think its a guarantee that you could have a good life.. you need to prove yourself and your abilities first before you could land on a good and permanent job..
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@delkar (1715)
• Romania
21 Jan 09
you`re wright. But i think that you must gratuate and then show your aptitudes. Sure that if you`ll graduate, you`ll don`t have any guarantee that you`ll have a good life, but you must work very hard.