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IT jobs that can give best ROI

Tags : IT jobs that can give best ROI, It Jobs, ROI, Return On Investment, Investment
Industry : IT Industry
Functional Area : Performance Management, Organizational Development, Talent Management, Growth
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The job market is open. Everyday we hear the news on companies hiring in thousands. However, the engineering graduates just out of college are still struggling hard to know about the best jobs that can give them the best return on investment (ROI) not only the money part but also on the learning part.

So, which are the IT jobs that can give best ROI? and how students can go ahead and plan their career with regard to the current IT trend...

Lets discuss everything regarding IT jobs and the ROI part of it....

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1 Web analysts
2 Telecom Sector
By : Namita Mishra
Gaurav Arora  |  Supported idea  "Telecom Sector"  |  4 years ago
Telecom is undoubtedly one of the good sector with good growth, despite of cut throat competition. In near future, we'll see a very fine convergence in Data (BB) Voice, which will boost the BB penetration in India. Growth story is also evident...
Moparthi Sai Ramya Sree  |  Added idea  "Telecom Sector"  |  4 years ago
in these days telecom sector is becoming more popular and powerful. . in the upcoming days we are going to foresee a fast growth in the telecom sector and more opportunities due to rapid development of technology
Rathin Deb  |  Supported idea  "Web analysts"  |  4 years ago
Yes I agree with Anand on this but one should in addition to computation should look for human expartise and proceed. The mixture of these two will be a fail safe stratgy supliment.
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1 Safety and Security
2 Explore and Learn
By : Diya Mehra
manikanta raj  |  Supported idea  "Explore and Learn"  |  4 years ago
yes knowledges enhances by learning.  Knowledge never deceives, it gives recognition to the person.  The more we learn and explore the more knowledge we gain, which differentiate us from others.  Knowledge gives security and safety and such...
ANOOP BHARTI  |  Added idea  "skill for applying what you possess in productive manner"  |  4 years ago
gaining,synthesizing and applying your knowledge enables you to use resources in productive manner.i think thats what corporate wants from people in every sector,skills for this should be considered
Santosh Kumar Mohanty  |  Supported idea  "Safety and Security"  |  4 years ago
While computer s introduced to our country, there was a strong debate, that machine will take over man. However, all proved wrong and Indians taken over the machine to their advantage. We have still bright future for another decade in IT...
Ideate: "What job seekers should consider as they hunt for work in IT industry?" deleted from your view.
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SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE  |  Argues in support of  "no"  |  3 years ago
In spite of higher education you should have correct education with keeping your interesting area/field in your mind.
arun kumar  |  Argues in support of  "yes"  |  4 years ago
buddy hu got say no and hu is searching says yes.. bt its sumhw true that for a good company you need to have a good reference for entering
sudha Narayanan G  |  Argues in support of  "yes"  |  4 years ago
Only a few lucky people get suitable jobs of their qualification.  Rest are pushed to satisfy with what they got.  In a way we certainly have limiting factors.  It certainly depends on not only qualification but we need to constantly develop and...
Debate: "higher qualification means no job today " deleted from your view.
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Best Programmer 
 Best Analyst
By : sonal chavda
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By : Moparthi Sai Ramya Sree
Saranya  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
Yes, Trainig centers are good in training now a days, also to make them shine to states they conducting placement assiestence also, I go favour of yes
Omkar Kulkarni  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
No, I think online job searching through job related sites are one of the good option. We can search job all over the world.
Debate: "through consultancies and training centers can we get a good job" deleted from your view.
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Project can be executed 
 Project cant be executed
By : Dr.Zubair Irshad
Renee: CEO Life Coach & Strategist  |  Argues in support of  "Project cant be executed"  |  3 years ago
It really depends on the type of work but sometimes the project can be done or it can’t. Sometimes with an unclear scope of the work, it could be best to wait until things become more clear and understandable. Many times with various types of...
Dr.Zubair Irshad  |  Argues in support of  "Project can be executed"  |  4 years ago
Please provide your opinion on this
Debate: "What risk factors are linked with unclear scope of work while executing the job " deleted from your view.
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By : Leena Pawar
vishwanath kushnarla  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  3 years ago
all certified are not of same ability and some worlds best software programmers are not certified........!!!!!!!! there are electronic engineers !!!!!!!!!!!
Joe Antony  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  3 years ago
The HR system in most of the companies take a safer route of hiring someone who has already made a name or who is been endorsed by someone or who has come out of a big B school. Now this has repeated over a period of years and here is where we...
Leena Pawar  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  4 years ago
Yes it is helping to get better jobs. Today certifications besides training are one of the most potent ways of increasing ones knowledge base and I am glad that software professionals of today recognize this fact. So do a good certification...
Debate: "Certifications will get you a better job: Do you believe ???" deleted from your view.
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By : vikash pansari
Soniya Sawant  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
this year will bring some good news for IT professional... with hiked salary and good packages.... be prepared to grab the opportunity.
shakun sharma  |  Answered  |  4 years ago
Hey Vikash, Job scenario for freshers in IT is full thumbs up. Campus hiring is at full swing and walk-ins are happening in all the major MNC's.  Datas  from Nakuri, Monster, Times job ans Shine  suggest that the hiring has improved by 30 to 40%...
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Most Important 
 Depend on Skills
By : Dinesh Waitage
Sarika Singh  |  Argues in support of  "Most Important"  |  4 years ago
I guess it is important, because you need to understand what you leader or manager is telling regarding the project. But it does not mean you should be excellent in English, compared to the programing skill English is less important.......  
mrutunjay yadav  |  Argues in support of  "Most Important"  |  4 years ago
It is important.The language holds its significance in bussines world.It is important to have the knowledge of the english language as it could also lead to fuuture oppurtunities.
Debate: "Is it most important English langauge in IT Company for the job of Web Developer. " deleted from your view.
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By : Samir Das
Divya Priya  |  Argues in support of  "Yes"  |  4 years ago
I do agree with the statement.       World is becoming tech-savvy and sustainability may be a question without technical know-how. No business and environment is without computer aid these days. so it would be a better idea to offer specific...
ASOKE KUSARI  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
As if IT is the only subject which requires attention even from the College level ? That may not be the case ..  ! There are plenty of subjects which may attract the students and they may be encouraged all / any field which they think...
md majid akhter  |  Argues in support of  "No"  |  4 years ago
The story will be same like as 3 Idiot.The person who have "Rattu" capability can easily qualify rather than based on talent.So getting certification by this way does not make sense.
Debate: "Should IT certification programmes be introduced in colleges itself??" deleted from your view.
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