Confusion about my carrier

By saravanan05 saravanan05 Points: 200 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 9/29/2010 12:09:35 AM | Views: 1594 | Points: 30
Dear Sir,

I am having 4.5 years experience in .net.unfortuantely my second company is shutdown,i joined very low salary in my current company.i attened the many interview ,they asked
1 why you worked this much of salary? and also they quoted low salary again for me.
In my current company has 4 months notice period..if i get the job, i will not move immediately(4 month is compulsory,already i missed one offer).now 10 days remaining for completion of my notice period,till now i didnt get the job.

this kind of situation,i am very confused,
1.what decision should i take?
2.whether continue the job same comapany or complete the notice period,then again search the job?

Can any one tell clear idea?

Sainath's Advice on Sunday, October 31, 2010 :
First & foremost - you need to clearly know what is your net market value. Your net market value is a direct function of your skills, as your skills go up, so will your net market value and salary. Agreeing to work for any salary just to get a break is not a good approach - unless the same is being compensated for a very high quality of experience. So let's say that you get to work with Scott Guthrie from Microsoft - it might be worth working for free for 1 year as what you will learn will accelerate your career beyond expectations.


Sainath Sherigar,

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