Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Make tourism your dream destination
The travel industry is one place where you get paid to see the world, writes Usha Albuquerque
Do you love travelling? Do you find yourself often dreaming about exciting adventures in exotic locations? Do you wish you could become a crorepati, so that you can travel the world? Well then`85 how about getting paid to travel ?

Corporate chat
Adventure is a field wide open
dventure or outdoors is a field wide open in terms of job opportunities. Ritu Law, Associate, iDiscoveri, is a qualified outdoor expert who specialises in outdoor experiential learning programmes for the youth.

IAS toppers
Coaching concerns

Ruchika M. Khanna
orporate jobs may offer the best of salaries and perks… but the vast majority of young brains still crave to join the prestigious Indian Civil Services. The fact that a big share of this year's top 10 posts in the civil services exams have been bagged by professionals from various streams shows that this is still the dream job for many. 

by Sandeep Joshi

Illustration by Sandeep Joshi
Who released that ad asking for a Paintbrush expert?

WORK ability
Be on best term with the BOSS
Roopa Hegde
manager friend of mine, who recently changed her company, had an interesting story to share. On her very first day in the new job, she faced an unexpected response. One of the employees seemed very angry with her and was even reluctant to get introduced to her.

“New initiative will draw youth to work in Scotland”
Shveta Pathak
r Alstair Smith retired as a lecturer in Geography from the 500-year-old University of Aberdeen, Scotland, where he was also the Director of the University Development Trust and Director of International Programmes. He was recently in India to talk about the opportunities for youth in Scotland. Excepts from an interview:

World watch
Indian teachers in UAE to lose jobs

lmost 800 expatriate teachers, most of them Indians, face the axe as the Education Ministry plans to replace them with United Arab Emirates’ nationals, a media report from Abu Dhabi said on Monday. The ministry is initially planning to recruit 500 UAE nationals, 95 per cent of them women, to replace expatriates. 

STEP UP your career
Anureet Sibia Dhillon
In today’s dynamic work environment, there are a large number of choices and opportunities available to an individual for career advancement. Job progressions are faster and the youth is choosing boundary-less careers rather than lifetime employment in the same concern.