Regarding Career advice

By sagaragaskar sagaragaskar Points: 40 | Level: Starter | Status: [Member]
Posted on: 7/4/2013 12:01:03 PM | Views: 1600 | Points: 30
I am systems engineer from infosys with 1.6 years of experience.
due to family conditions n my health i am leaving the company as m posted in mysore and they r nt giving me transfer.
I am trained in c# basics of java n sql server
i have worked on sharepoint 2010.
is it possible to get job with this much experience or i should go for further studies

Vishwas's Advice on Friday, August 23, 2013 :
Definitely it is possible to get the job on this much experience but are you really looking for a change? Are you want be at another location? Further studies can prove beneficial to expand the knowledge base and also open up opportunities. If you are financially sound and have it in you what it takes to invest couple of more years for education, then it may be a good option. If looking for a change, pl. brainstorm on the area you want work in, location preferences and you long term goal. Switching the job for being unhappy may not always lead to better option so do a good research and  also concertize your wishes and goals.

Hope this helps.

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Posted by: Nismeh on: 9/23/2013 | Level:Starter | Status: [Member] | Points: 25
Hey Buddy,
Its not a matter in which you are trained. Knowledge only matters. Even you can see a lot examples of a lot people who changed their technology after a long experience. So you are just a new person in industry. So don't worry and bang on your knowledge in front of interviewer :) I mean prove your self in front of your interviewer and work will be done. Coz interview only happens to select people not to reject people . Even I was working in Wipro before couple of months, I got opportunity your company Inofsys at mysore only and also in Accenture in Pune. But they were not providing me proper CTC so I joined small company to accomplish my CTC need. So the thing is opportunity is everywhere just push your self to positivity.

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