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i want to know carrers options and college for those courses in careers with salary in each carrer.# #salary #college

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Matt’s Answer

Hi Ankit,

Glassdoor is a decent starting point to look up salary ranges for many different positions. If you can narrow down your focus, there are different ways to search for a range of results on that site, whether it is Accounting, Finance, Audit, etc. From there you can see what some of the job requirements would be, and the specific courses you need to take in college to get there.

Good luck to you!

Matt recommends the following next steps:

Search for salary ranges on a site like Glassdoor
Look at job requisitions that are posted, specifically the degree requirements and college course info you may need to have
Career counselors at a nearby college would also be able to speak with you about career paths and requirements
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Rebecca’s Answer

Thank you for your question. Firstly, I would advise your choose the career that you have interest rather than on the salary. The salary may be changed from time to time driven by demand and supply of the markets. When you choose a career with high salary and take the relevant major in the college, it may change after a few years when you graduate from the college. Also, if you choose a career you have no interest, it is really a pain to work on the job 8 hours daily.
I would suggest you approach below:
1. You identify your favourite hobbies/subjects.
2. Find out the relevant careers related to these hobbies / subjects.
3. Explore more these careers or discuss with people working in these careers. Shortlist a few careers.
4. Some HR consultancy would publish the salary range of different career every year. Find out the salary range in HR Consultancy website.
5. Identify the career you would like to pursue. Find out the entry requirements of relevant subject in the college.
Hope this helps! Good Luck!


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Nisarg’s Answer

only follow your passion if you think you are doing really great. otherwise, you can focus on your study . you can earn good money in various fields like health care, engineering, film productions, multimedia,animations but if you are interested and love your work.

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Sunanda’s Answer

Hi Ankit,

I would advise you to focus more on your interests and passion, money would automatically come in. Its always best to do what you like to do. Avoid taking up a job or career just based on the salary level. Find few areas of interest. You need to spend time with yourself to identify this or reach out to a career counsellor who would help you find your interest. Short list the areas of interest and then start thinking of which is the most lucrative of them. Check out sites like Glassdoor to check the salaries in the areas identified.
Good luck
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Angela’s Answer

Hello! When I was in college, it took me some time to figure this out. I wanted to work in a job that I was passionate about but also paid well. I ended up debating this for several years and finally realized I needed to expand my view of what I am "passionate" about and really what this meant to me. I tried to think outside of the box on this. While my "passion" was teaching children, I knew that job (sadly) doesn't pay what it deserves. So, I broke that down and realized that it's more about communicating with others that I really love. After I came to that realization, I decided to switch my major and have spent the last 6 years growing my career in communication based jobs and I love it.
Another example I can think of is with IT professionals. For example, let's say you like communicating with others and leadership but you're also interested in true IT - like software engineering or coding. In this scenario, it would be a good idea to consider positions like Project or Product Manager who supports the IT department working on specific technical projects like a software implementation project.
I hope this is helpful!

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