Advice on BPO sector and want to move to IT sector

By aryan16aryan aryan16aryan Points: 40 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 2/25/2015 12:50:51 PM | Views: 1259 | Points: 30
I have a total experience of 7 Years in BPO IT sector as a Technical Associate. Now i want to do something in IT in which my previous experience get counted and i will be able to get a Good Job and Package too. Please suggest a good course which will be there in demand for all the time

Venkatmanohar's Advice on Friday, February 27, 2015 :
Dear Aryan,

It is very difficult to get your 7 years experience counted as your IT career. However you would have earned some domain experience which will definitely add a value. Currently BIGDATA is the future and I recommend you get trained and step into IT. Here if you work hard and exhibits your talent well then you can be paid a very good package.


Sheo's Advice on Friday, February 27, 2015 :
Dear Aryan,

Thanks for asking your career question. You have already got nice advice from VenkatManohar sir. In case you are not comfortable with learning new technologies. There are many other fields as well in IT software companies where you can look for the job and your existing experience may add values. Like System admin, System Analytic, Marketing etc. These are fields where your existing abilities compliment your new job responsibilities. You may opt some training and course targeted to these roles.

Keep appearing in Interviews that will give you experience on what kind of questions are asked and prepare yourself accordingly.

Thanks and good luck!

Sheo Narayan

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