Wednesday, March 8, 2006

What women want
The numbers may not be sizeable but theirs is a presence that is increasingly making itself heard in the boardrooms of India Inc. On International Women’s Day, Chetna Keer Banerjee catches some such voices that strike a note of cheer and articulate the concerns of career women.

Sandeep Joshi

Careercature by Sandeep Joshi
Is this the new office dress code to mark Women’s Day?

Cool calculations to make before chasing a hot job
Mary Ellen Slayter
HOULD you be a nurse? A teacher? An accountant? Maybe. But please base your decision on something other than their relative ‘hotness’ at the moment. I mean, Jake Gyllenhaal is pretty hot at the moment, too, but that doesn’t make him the boy for me. Same goes for you and these oh-so-fabulous careers everyone is talking about.

Combine baby and business, be a ‘mompreneur’
Amy Joyce
EN Sterling left her job as a graphic designer at the World Bank more than 13 years ago. She was a few years out of school and knew pretty quickly that she did not like working for someone else. She spent her free time at the organization making a list of things she would not do if she ever had a staff.

Smart Skills
Gear up for AUTO DESIGN
Usha Albuquerque
E have come a long way from the time when, according to Henry Ford, getting a car with some style meant you could have any colour you wanted as long as it was black!

Career Hotline
Cartooning is serious business
Pervin Malhotra
Q I am a student of Class XI (Science). As I am very good at sketching and drawing, I want to become a cartoonist. Can you please tell me how to be successful in this line?

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