Want To build a successful career? These cities are best places to work in IndiaBalwant Tripathi
In the days of increasing unemployment rate, it has become hard for one to search and get a lucrative job. The opportunities of the employment are low, especially for those who live in small cities, towns or villages, because almost all the big and important industrial activities are been carried out in big cities where people from across the country come in search jobs. The big corporate houses, companies, and organisations compensate its employees with handsome salary packages and provide the many opportunities for their career growth.
To know what such finger-count cities are and how they are beneficial for your career, you don’t need to get into lengthy research but need to come across the details we have provided in this snippet.
The enough number of Information Technology, Automobile, and Manufacturing companies is running their businesses in the city which generates maximum number of jobs every year. It’s noteworthy about the city that this city is ahead of Mumbai which is officially termed as commercial capital of the country, in term of job market. The average salary which is provided to the professionals working here is Rs.5, 30,918.
Noida is developing city in North India as hub of IT industries and professionals associated with the sector. The per capita income of the city is Rs. 85,519. The average salary is 5, 00,000 rupees annually.
The city has emerged as Best City in Business Today's survey. The earning of the professionals working here ranges from 3 to 10 lakh rupees.The average salary is 7, 50,000 rupees annually.
The headquarters of the many Sounth Indian companies are established here. This is why there are plenty of job opportunities in the city. The locals of the city are friendly by their nature. You can get cheaper rented rooms and go anywhere in the city traveling in public transport buses at very low cost. The average income here is 4, 44,235 rupees annually.
Despite the high prices of the basic commodities and amenities, the talent from across the country is attracted to the Mumbai-national commercial capital. The average income here is Rs. 4, 98,475. It’s is a dream city for youths who want to begin embarking their career journey.
The offices of big Information Technology companies such as Google, Mirco-soft, and Facebook are established in the city. Following which, the city is considered to be the first choice of around 30 per cent people. Here, the highest salary is available in the IT sector, which is an average of Rs 4, 89,505.
Delhi is considered as the commercial hub of North India. The average salary here is Rs. 4, 82,307. According to the study, 32 percent of the people call it a city of your choice to start a career.
Bengaluru- also known as Silicon Valley of India- is hub of IT companies. The city is spearheading the revolution in IT sector of the country. With good climate, the city is amongst the top priorities of the newbies. Notably, 7 out of every 10 engineering graduates consider the city as best place to begin career in IT sector. The average salary in the city is Rs 5, 85,527 and the per capita income is Rs 88,991. The credit growth rate here is 29%.
Besides the major commercial activities, one another advantage of the city is that you can get room at cheap room rent. This gives opportunity especially who begin working and can’t afford so much personal expenses. The per capita income of the city isRs 80,374.
In the day unemployment, the it has become hard for one to search and get a lucrative job. The opportunities of the employment are low, especially for those who live in small cities, towns or villages, because almost all the big and important industrial activities are been carried out in big cities where people from across the country come in search jobs. The big corporate houses, companies, and organisations compensate its employees with handsome salary packages and provide the many opportunities for their career growth.