Most of the students dream of earning in high numbers after their graduation. But the question that lies here is whether a graduate degree can get you a job you dream of?
They say, dream big to achieve big.
Most of the students dream of earning in high numbers after their graduation.
And why not?
After all they did strive to achieve their dreams. But the question that lies here is whether a graduate degree can get you a job you dream of? Most of the companies require Bachelor’s degree as the minimum requirement for a job profile.
Starting with Engineering, more than 15 lakhs students get enrolled for an engineering degree every year. Talking of on-campus placements, even the MRCs (Mass Recruiting Companies) recruit students on a selective basis. Out of fifteen lakhs students, only seven percent get offered a job profile related to their stream. Half of the remaining get recruited by MRCs, join government sector or go for higher studies.
According to a survey, more than 5 lakhs engineering graduates don’t get any job at all, even during the end of their graduation. How do we expect bagging a dream job with a Bachelor’s degree, still remains a mystery.
For all we know is, your dream job might change according to the qualifications you possess.
A Bachelor in Arts and Commerce helps candidates in improving their skills and developing effective communication and judgment. But generally, a commerce graduate pursues a career CA or CS, until he/she has some other goal. What is to be noted here is that, a Bachelor’s in commerce in the minimum requirement to take the exams conducted by both these streams. Though there are a number of other options a Commerce graduate can pursue, most candidates choose this field only to be eligible for a career they wish to pursue.
As far as medicine stream is concerned, the entrance into a medical college guarantees that you’ll turn out to be a doctor. The more number of courses you take, more will be your hands-on experience with patients. A career in medicine is highly paying only if you work in a private organization or practice individually.
Whichever industry you are in, the chances of bagging a dream job right after graduation is minimal.
A Bachelor’s degree may not be the key to your dream job, but it definitely is your first step towards it.