Originally posted by Amitabha Batranab:
Dont forget the cow. WE All Yield to the Cow!!.
Originally posted by Mike Van:
In my case, I had an opportunity to make what I thought was a lot of money, instead of pursuing a Bachelor's degree. If I had chosen to go to a 4 year institution, I would have had the ability to pick whichever place I wanted (great reference from people that mattered). In my case, I chose the money and after a few years was regularly increasing my salary double percentage points every year. Do I wish I had gone to the college? Yeah, I'm sure I'd have been making at least what I make now if I had gone.
However, my personality is not one that would have done well sitting in a classroom or library studying. I'm more aggressive than that and am a risk-taker. I believe the greater the risk, the greater the reward. I believe that you have to get your hands dirty, work the long hours, and be innovative to be successful. I chose more entrepreneurial goals than knowledge and have done fairly well.
So, here's my suggestion. Find out how entrepreneurial you are. Are you someone that likes taking big risks, or are you someone that would rather live life less dangerously? Are you a visionary, or do you prefer to have someone guide you? The pursuit of knowledge is a far nobler cause than the pursuit of money. But, without those who are willing to pursue money, the knowledgable wouldn't have jobs.
The world needs leaders just as much as it needs followers. If you have the opportunity to greatly expand yourself and you are entrepreneurial, go for the money. You can always hire someone with knowledge. Be careful though, the downside of risk is harsh. If you commit and lose, be prepared for a long climb back to the top.
Originally posted by Arun varma:
Package is almost same.I am looking for career growth and where i can learn new things and where i can get quality work.
Originally posted by Manish Hatwalne:
SMS is *not* free in India, at least it hasn't been so for last several years for my state. I think operators offer few free SMS (say 100 or so) when you get a new card, later you have to pay for SMS.