In broad strokes, your career prospects depend on several factors, such as your area of study, additional qualifications, technical and soft skills, labor market sentiments, immigration policies, business cycles, etc. As admissions and career consultants, we have deep industry and labor market insights. We leverage these insights during the engagement and help select courses, programs and universities with promising career prospects post-graduation.
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About the Author: Mithun Sridharan
I am Mithun Sridharan, Founder & Managing Partner at INTRVU, where I'm responsible for Strategy, Sales, Platforms, and Career Services. I hold an MBA in General Management, Corporate Finance & Entrepreneurship from ESMT Berlin, Certificate in Mergers & Acquisitions from Goethe Business School (Frankfurt am Main), a Master of Science (MSc) in Digital Communications from Christian Albrechts Universität zu Kiel, both in Germany. I hold a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Electronics & Communication Engineering (ECE) from the University of Madras, India. I also run Think Insights, a blog on Strategy, Digital Transformation, Technology, and Management Consulting. I enjoy reading business books & magazines (Economist, Wired, Harvard Business Review, McKinsey Quarterly, BCG Insights, etc.), listening to podcasts (TED Talks, Choiceology, Masters in Business, a16z, etc.), playing golf and watching history documentaries.
DisclaimerThe opinions and views expressed in this blog are my own and don't reflect or use Intellectual Property (IP) from my startups, other ventures, associates (both, business and personal), or clients, employers, etc.