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Job, M.E or M.Tech? Confused!

Question asked by raja_karthick in #Coffee Room on Feb 8, 2015
raja_karthick
raja_karthick · Feb 8, 2015
Member of CrazyEngineers
i am currently pursuing my third year in b.e electronics and communication engineering. My passion is to work in a core firm.(preferably vlsi, embedded) . Is it good for me to look for jobs after b.e or should i pursue m.e or m.tech?? Posted in: #Coffee Room
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Feb 8, 2015
CEO @ CrazyEngineers, TEDx Speaker, Guitarist
If you don't know the destination, it doesn't matter which road you travel. Job, M.E or M.Tech are the roads that will take you to a destination. You need to find out solid reasons to pursue any of your choice. No one here can predict what's going to be good for you. You need to find out the answer by -

1. First deciding on your career goals.
2. Find out what's the best way to achieve that goal and which of the paths will take you to it in shortest possible time.

For most people who ask similar question; the aim is simple "A good, high-paying job in a big company". Now that's a very superficial goal because it does NOT give any idea for example:-
  • How much exactly is 'high paying'? It differs for everyone.
  • What kind of company would you like to work for? Your answer seems pretty clear here - the company that works in the electronics domain.
  • What kind of job? : Needs to be defined.
  • What's the typical profile of the person that, according to you, has the job you aim to have for yourself? How did they do it?
...and so on. The crux of the matter is - first bring in clarity into the goal so that you can decide on the path.
raja_karthick
raja_karthick · Feb 8, 2015
Member of CrazyEngineers
Kaustubh Katdare
If you don't know the destination, it doesn't matter which road you travel. Job, M.E or M.Tech are the roads that will take you to a destination. You need to find out solid reasons to pursue any of your choice. No one here can predict what's going to be good for you. You need to find out the answer by -

1. First deciding on your career goals.
2. Find out what's the best way to achieve that goal and which of the paths will take you to it in shortest possible time.

For most people who ask similar question; the aim is simple "A good, high-paying job in a big company". Now that's a very superficial goal because it does NOT give any idea for example:-
  • How much exactly is 'high paying'? It differs for everyone.
  • What kind of company would you like to work for? Your answer seems pretty clear here - the company that works in the electronics domain.
  • What kind of job? : Needs to be defined.
  • What's the typical profile of the person that, according to you, has the job you aim to have for yourself? How did they do it?
...and so on. The crux of the matter is - first bring in clarity into the goal so that you can decide on the path.
i prefer to work in the R&D, at present i am not that much focused towards the initial salary, as i believe that my work efficiency decides my pay.
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare · Feb 8, 2015
CEO @ CrazyEngineers, TEDx Speaker, Guitarist
raja_karthick
i prefer to work in the R&D, at present i am not that much focused towards the initial salary, as i believe that my work efficiency decides my pay.
Looks like you didn't get the point. I'd recommend going for a job.
raja_karthick
raja_karthick · Feb 9, 2015
Member of CrazyEngineers
Kaustubh Katdare
Looks like you didn't get the point. I'd recommend going for a job.
thank you 😀

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