What is the most useless job you can think of in India?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Cesar Pacheco



What is the most useless job you can think of in India?

I think it must be a vigilante job whose responsibility is to put customers in an orderly queue.

because No matter what you try, everyone is always looking to get away with shortcuts, and that's why our queue looks like this.

I think it's a matter of self-discipline. However, we are used to it.

When it comes to making money online, there are various websites available on the internet that claim to pay for work, but the reality is something else. More than 95% of those websites, even though they seem legitimate, will never pay you money. They are a fraud.

So guys, in this post, I am going to tell you the 4 genuine ways to earn money online.

Number 1 is here: -

1. Self-employed

Hmmm .... ok, now what is freelancing?

If a person who is self-employed and works from anywhere at any time according to his abilities, he is actually a freelancer.

If you have typing skills, different types of data entry work, g

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When it comes to making money online, there are various websites available on the internet that claim to pay for work, but the reality is something else. More than 95% of those websites, even though they seem legitimate, will never pay you money. They are a fraud.

So guys, in this post, I am going to tell you the 4 genuine ways to earn money online.

Number 1 is here: -

1. Self-employed

Hmmm .... ok, now what is freelancing?

If a person who is self-employed and works from anywhere at any time according to his abilities, he is actually a freelancer.

If you have skills in writing, different types of data entry jobs, graphic design, web design, office, transcription, and others, then you can work as a freelancer and earn good income figures online.

Here are some genuine and more trusted websites that really pay to start your freelance career.

  • Upwork (formerly oDesk)
  • Freelancer
  • Toptal
  • Fiverr
  • Guru

2. Youtube channel

You can also create a YouTube channel to earn money online here you have to make videos according to your interest or skill and upload them to your channel. Here you will be paid for the ads that are displayed on your videos. Once you meet the Google Adsense requirement (which is a bit of watch time and a few little things), you can request Adsense ads and they will approve you and the ads will start showing on your videos. Once the ads start showing on your videos, it starts to generate income.

3.

Affiliate Marketing Affiliate marketing is a marketing arrangement whereby an online retailer pays a commission to an external website for the traffic or sales generated from their referrals.
You just have to sign up for the affiliate marketing program and start sharing the affiliate links when someone purchases products or services through your link, then you will be paid a percentage of the product price as commission.

Here is the list of some of the top genuine and well paying affiliate marketing networks.

  • Amazon Associates
  • eBay
  • Terraleads
  • Clickbank
  • Wide markets
  • Rakuten
  • CJ Affiliate by Conversant

4. Website or Blogs

I think the best here if you could show some dedication with the right niche of your site, you could definitely make money with attractive figures. The revenue here comes from the ads displayed on your website, by affiliate marketing programs, and other sources.

Hope it's helpful, if you have any questions in mind, please post them in the comments.

Well the obvious answer to your question would be a high school history teacher. It's a great job, although I admit it, the pay is not very good. I love teaching, although most of my work is in research. I love history too, but am extremely skeptical about it now these days. Remember, as Churchill said: "History is written by the victor!" In other words, if we win, then we can blatantly lie if we want to and make ourselves and our friends look like a choir of angels, and the other guys look like demons. That's why I don't like to read History anymore, unless it's supported by the

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Well the obvious answer to your question would be a high school history teacher. It's a great job, although I admit it, the pay is not very good. I love teaching, although most of my work is in research. I love history too, but am extremely skeptical about it now these days. Remember, as Churchill said: "History is written by the victor!" In other words, if we win, then we can blatantly lie if we want to and make ourselves and our friends look like a choir of angels, and the other guys look like demons. That is why I no longer like to read History, unless it is supported by the only Science that is in the same field as History ... even if one discipline is Science, while the second discipline is Humanities. That Science, of which I speak, is Archeology. One of my favorite topics !!! For example, if you want to teach in high school with a major in Greek history and / or the classics, you should combine your pre-class studies with accepted history books, which are likely tainted to some extent with prejudice, PLUS read a book on the same subject but from the point of view of Archeology !!! That's what I would do. I have done similar things for my classes combining my work in Theoretical Astrophysics and perhaps Philosophy. ALSO read a book on the same subject but from the point of view of Archeology !!! That's what I would do. I have done similar things for my classes combining my work in Theoretical Astrophysics and perhaps Philosophy. ALSO read a book on the same subject but from the point of view of Archeology !!! That's what I would do. I have done similar things for my classes combining my work in Theoretical Astrophysics and perhaps Philosophy.

You should also look for correct news articles, etc., for a magazine, such as Smithsonian, The New Yorker, and many others on these topics: History and Archeology. This would be a fascinating position. Anyway, whatever you choose, I am sure you will do well, and I wish you good luck !!!

PS: Get a book from a well known archaeologist named MacHendricks. I think that's his name. He wrote a great book on Greek archeology, called: “Greek stones speak! What a great book. I read about it in greek archeology class when i was in st. John's University. You will love it.

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In modern India, "education means only currency." In today's world, all parents and even students want to study and earn a degree in a field where they can earn wasted money!

According to the general mindset, it has become the belief that more money can be made in the field of medicine and engineering. but this belief was the reality before the age of 10, but not now. In Gujarat, most self-funded engineering students cannot get enough students to run universities, as are pharmacy / dentistry and homeopathy. We usually attack in some field, first we attack in BBA / MBA / BCA / MCA during the year.

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In modern India, "education means only currency." In today's world, all parents and even students want to study and earn a degree in a field where they can earn wasted money!

According to the general mindset, it has become the belief that more money can be made in the field of medicine and engineering. but this belief was the reality before the age of 10, but not now. In Gujarat, most self-funded engineering students cannot get enough students to run universities, as are pharmacy / dentistry and homeopathy. Generally we attack in some field, first we attack BBA / MBA / BCA / MCA during the year 2004 to 2010. During these years BBA / MBA / BCA / MCA were quite reputable courses (even from the point of view of marriage) but what about What is the status of these courses today? You can't even get between 10000 and 15000 with this title (I am writing this answer with general conditions and scenario),

From then on, in 2010 there was a sudden boom in 11-12 science, especially in Group A (PCM), at that time there were very few private engineering colleges, one has to struggle to get admission in engineering (any course), although in Gujarat there was a great fascination for CE / IT / CE fields, but too much rush can be fetal for any professional line according to the general principle of economic "supply and demand" and, from then on, 2012- 2013, parents and students attack again the traditional fields of engineering such as Mechanical / Civil / Electrical which too soon lost its charm at the end of 2017 !! (According to the supply and demand rule) If the supply increases, the prices will fall or the job opportunity will decrease.

While the rush in Group B (PCB) has created a very critical condition for Ayurvedic / Physiotherapy / Homeopathy and almost killed Dental and Pharmacy. In India, we take too long to accept positive modern changes (while we accept negative modern changes too quickly)

Although there is quite a bright future in MBBS Degree and its credit goes to the Medical Council of India in not increasing the admission / seats.

For us there is nothing in the field of education to study except BBA / BCA / Engineering / Medicine. Usually we don't like to choose a career according to our abilities / passion / limitation, but everyone wants a career with a lot of money. At last, we brutally kill fields one by one and in 2018 everyone is preparing to compete, from art students to medical students, they are all after one goal, "government jobs."

Why can't we think of any outbox lines? For example, can Indian students make a place for themselves in the fields of invention and research or in Athletics / Creative Writing / Documentary Making / Research in the field of plants-flora-fauna of rainforests or nuclear physics / Quantum physics? Can any of the so-called educated dare to farm with modern technology? or in archeology? Fine arts? Performing Arts?

Yes, we are putting too much emphasis on engineering and other courses that are like cash crops! But cash crops ultimately ruin everything and we can look at the plight of engineers and doctors (except MBBS). Let's think about the outbox

Previous answer to this question: This answer is based purely on my opinion and my own reasoning which may not necessarily apply to everyone,

Any college course / degree taken after considering its market value rather than knowing one's ability / interest in true spirit (this does not include hobby interest, rereading true spirit) is useless.

However, I can suggest some of these useless courses (re-read some of them)

Bsc. Zoology

Bsc. Botany

Bcom

BCA

Bpharm

BBA

These degrees are overloaded with students, but there are very few career opportunities, especially there are very few jobs that are reserved exclusively for Zoology and Botany.

The CAs are struggling to get jobs that what would be the scope for Bcom?

BCA: Is the market already overloaded with IT engineers who would rather hire BCA?

Bpharm: In these very few students get jobs in the R&D or production field, most of the Pharma students are forced to do drug marketing. Marketing is something that even a Bcom or BBA graduate can do. What is the requirement to hire a Pharma graduate?

BBA: Once again, overload has killed the allure of BBA / MBA.

Overpopulation

Simple Terms: My great-great-grandfather had 2000 acres of land. But he had seven children, so my great-great-grandfather received only 300 acres. ' And he divided that land among his five descendants. The grandfather had 60 acres which he in turn divided into six for six children. Now my dad has 10 acres of land of which I suppose he could get 4 acres.
Do you see the difference between 2000 acres and four ??? I can barely play cricket on my 4 acres !!
I don't blame my great-great-grandfather for this, but sadly this had happened to most of us, and today 60 lakh hopefuls apply for a stupid bank job.

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Overpopulation

Simple Terms: My great-great-grandfather had 2000 acres of land. But he had seven children, so my great-great-grandfather received only 300 acres. ' And he divided that land among his five descendants. The grandfather had 60 acres which he in turn divided into six for six children. Now my dad has 10 acres of land of which I suppose he could get 4 acres.
Do you see the difference between 2000 acres and four ??? I can barely play cricket on my 4 acres !!
I don't blame my great-great-grandfather for this, but sadly this had happened to most of us and today 60 lakh applicants apply for a stupid job in a bank that only has 10,000 vacancies and the salary is 30 thousand per month.

Final verdict:
Our great-grandparents are innocent. The real culprit is the worst post-independence ruling party (the government). Congress did not know how to run a country. 1970 to 1990. These are the two dark decades that are responsible for what India is today. After discovering the truth, Rajiv Gandhi quickly passed a poll and sanctioned emergency forced vasectomy together with Sanjay Gandhi.
You don't really know how to run the government. Congress retained awareness of overpopulation for several decades. That is why there is extremely unhealthy competition in India, why so many failures, why so many suicides and poverty in India today. :(
That is the reason why I suppose that India would need more than 30 years to develop. I guess 130? Do not know. 90% of all problems exist in India due to overcrowding. Otherwise, India is still a developed country today. India has it all.

  • Defending,
  • institutions,
  • investigate,
  • Multinational players,
  • can,
  • honors,
  • technology,
  • space research,
  • work force,
  • culture,
  • individuality.

India is quite an amazing package of everything you will see in this world. But only overcrowding is the problem. I don't see ANYTHING else in India except population to keep it away from developed economies.

After the March 20 pandemic, many of us lost our jobs and were forced to stay home for a long time. But now that everything is on its way back to being normal, we are all on a crazy job search. And being one of them, I spent a lot of time on Internet job portals, looking for the perfect job for me. And in that search, I found some job portals that were really useful for me, in addition to the great powers like Naukri, linked or 4jobz.

So, I made a list of the five best job portals in India, which deserve a little more respect because they are real.

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After the March 20 pandemic, many of us lost our jobs and were forced to stay home for a long time. But now that everything is on its way back to being normal, we are all on a crazy job search. And being one of them, I spent a lot of time on Internet job portals, looking for the perfect job for me. And in that search, I found some job portals that were really useful for me, in addition to the great powers like Naukri, linked or 4jobz.

So, I made a list of the top five job portals in India, which deserve a little more respect as they really helped me get a job.

  1. Indeed:

Find great jobs anywhere in India with this website as it offers the best jobs and best in class services in the best companies across India and the rest of the world. I can say from personal experience that it is on its way to becoming the next great job portal in India.

2. Career search:

Job Search at Career Hunts, a search for all jobs in India. Career Hunts helps you search for millions of jobs on thousands of job boards, newspapers, classifieds, and company websites.

3. Brightness:

You can find good jobs in IT, engineering, banking and marketing sector in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Hyderabad.

4. Temporary jobs:

Owned by the group of the times, this website is one of the preferred places for high-level jobs. They provide excellent job opportunities for beginners and professionals in leading companies in India.

5. MonsterJobs:

This international powerhouse has its Indian dominance, which incidentally has some of the best jobs. No matter what you need or where or then, they have it.

So, here are my options. And I'm sure they'll help you land your dream job too.

So keep going. And find that job you've been looking for for so long.

And I wish you all the best and happy hunting !!

A professional gamer!

Wait, let me justify this.

Most Indians know this guy, but for those of you who don't…. he is Ajey Nagar aka Carry Minati.

He is an Indian Youtuber who toasts people online. But before this, he started his YouTube channel as a gamer, where he used to play the CS-GO online game with a fun imitation of the Sunny Deol character in the background.

He now also has a YouTube gaming channel called "CarryisLive".

On this channel, Ajey plays live online games in front of at least 15-20 thousand people, about 3-4 days a week for 2-3 hours.

It mainly plays popular games like PUB.

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A professional gamer!

Wait, let me justify this.

Most Indians know this guy, but for those of you who don't…. he is Ajey Nagar aka Carry Minati.

He is an Indian Youtuber who toasts people online. But before this, he started his YouTube channel as a gamer, where he used to play the CS-GO online game with a fun imitation of the Sunny Deol character in the background.

He now also has a YouTube gaming channel called "CarryisLive".

On this channel, Ajey plays live online games in front of at least 15-20 thousand people, about 3-4 days a week for 2-3 hours.

It mostly plays popular games like PUBG and a few others.

Now, coming to the question, how is this work underestimated?

Well, take a look at the attached screenshot above one more time.

You will see that the last live broadcast he did is titled 'Let's support kerela! '

You won't believe it, but during this live broadcast, which lasted about 3 hours or so…. Carry raised around 2077 US dollars for the cause!

How did you earn this money?

Well, during the live broadcast, if you want to chat with Carry ... you can write in the comment section (where there is very little chance that it will read your message among thousands of other messages) or you can use the Super chat feature - which highlights your chat on your screen.

For this superchat, you have to pay at least ₹ 40 for the youtuber to notice.

Not only that, you can also become a Sponsor, which also requires you to pay the channel or donate some money to the live stream.

Some people may argue that since this was for a noble cause, he managed to raise so much money….

But consider this:

On average, Carry plays PUBG 4 times a week.

Every day, it broadcasts for 2 to 2.5 hours.

And through Superchats and sponsors, I am pretty sure I would make at least 200-300 US dollars per stream.

So not only is this a high paying job, but also one that you will thoroughly enjoy and never get bored.

Since this is something online, you can connect with as many people as possible as there are no physical limits to limit your audience base.

So, just like in the previous incident, you can raise money for various causes or spread awareness of social issues to a wider range of people.

Since games are quite popular with young people, this can be a very good source to spread information among them.

The only thing is that you have to be quite good at the game and know how to capture your audience, that is, what they like and how to entertain them.

There are some popular international players like Ninja and Shroud who could be earning even more than him.

So considering this age of digitization, I think a professional online gamer is a pretty underrated profession!

Peace !

Suggestions are welcome.

Pros:

  1. You will develop a voice and be able to reach out to people and help them raise theirs.
  2. You will be a credible source of any information that someone needs (that is if you do not fall in love with "yellow journalism").
  3. You will probably meet some of the best leaders, actors, successors, authors, teachers in the world who can otherwise be quite difficult.
  4. You will be able to travel quite a bit.
  5. You will understand the meaning of ethics, dignity, empathy, value and truth.
  6. You will grow every day overcoming the challenges that come your way.
  7. You will become a great writer.

Cons:

  1. You could get lost in the rac
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Pros:

  1. You will develop a voice and be able to reach out to people and help them raise theirs.
  2. You will be a credible source of any information that someone needs (that is if you do not fall in love with "yellow journalism").
  3. You will probably meet some of the best leaders, actors, successors, authors, teachers in the world who can otherwise be quite difficult.
  4. You will be able to travel quite a bit.
  5. You will understand the meaning of ethics, dignity, empathy, value and truth.
  6. You will grow every day overcoming the challenges that come your way.
  7. You will become a great writer.

Cons:

  1. You can get lost in the race if you are shy or do not feel safe
  2. You could lose faith in humanity if you enter crime
  3. You might think that everything is a lie if you dedicate yourself to politics or entertainment.
  4. You may lose your sense of individuality if you are not the type to stand up for yourself.
  5. You could use your voice for the wrong reasons or intentions if you become a powerful journalist and it affects you.

In any case, the pros outweigh the cons. If this field appeals to you, go for it!

It depends on where you are in India and what you want.

  1. Easily Available Jobs In India?

If you have good connections, you can easily get a good job. and if not, it depends on what you qualify for. much government. Jobs are easier but hard to come by if you don't have connections. Getting a salesman job is not that difficult, but the job itself is quite difficult, everyone wants to sell something in India, especially banks, they have a lot of appetite to sell personal loans and they don't use insurance for people ...: D

2. Easily workable jobs?
Govt. The jobs are pretty easy, you can have a salary without doing anything literary. Now a

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It depends on where you are in India and what you want.

  1. Easily Available Jobs In India?

If you have good connections, you can easily get a good job. and if not, it depends on what you qualify for. much government. Jobs are easier but hard to come by if you don't have connections. Getting a salesman job is not that difficult, but the job itself is quite difficult, everyone wants to sell something in India, especially banks, they have a lot of appetite to sell personal loans and they don't use insurance for people ...: D

2. Easily workable jobs?
Govt. The jobs are pretty easy, you can have a salary without doing anything literary. Today I can see some people working hard in the government. I work too, but those numbers are still quite lower. Other than that, every job requires good hard work to earn a penny.

Govt. Employees may not find it okay, but every time I visit any government. bank all I get is a very relaxed response or no response at all. For example, the last time I visited the nearby SBI bank for a savings plan and the manager there after trying to contact him for more than 30 minutes suggested that I open it in some private bank ...: D

It depends on the job you want.
Most of the private companies in India (IT sector) are not interested in the title, if you have the ability to code, which is the most important aspect for them. You must show them the ability to work for them in any way they want. If you have skills, the doors are open to you.
Whereas if you are interested in the Government sector such as (Civil Services, Railways, Banking ...) you have no other option other than a title.
The government works in a system, while the private sector worries about money, they only look for their schools.
If you have exceeded higher s

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It depends on the job you want.
Most of the private companies in India (IT sector) are not interested in the title, if you have the ability to code, which is the most important aspect for them. You must show them the ability to work for them in any way they want. If you have skills, the doors are open to you.
Whereas if you are interested in the Government sector such as (Civil Services, Railways, Banking ...) you have no other option other than a title.
The government works in a system, while the private sector worries about money, they only look for their schools.
If you have passed upper secondary school (+2) or have a diploma that is ITI or POLITÉCNICO, you can apply for many government and private sector positions.
Good luck..

About ten years ago I lived in Seoul, South Korea, probably one of the most appearance-conscious societies on the planet.

In downtown Seoul there are a number of high-end department stores with basement parking controlled by a typical automatic ticket barrier. The usual exercise: roll down the window, take the ticket, raise the barrier and enter the parking lot.

Except this is Seoul. Standing next to the ticket machine is an impeccably dressed and perfectly made-up young lady. As you approach the barrier, their job is to wave their hands to welcome you. Then press the button at t

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About ten years ago I lived in Seoul, South Korea, probably one of the most appearance-conscious societies on the planet.

In downtown Seoul there are a number of high-end department stores with basement parking controlled by a typical automatic ticket barrier. The usual exercise: roll down the window, take the ticket, raise the barrier and enter the parking lot.

Except this is Seoul. Standing next to the ticket machine is an impeccably dressed and perfectly made-up young lady. As you approach the barrier, their job is to wave their hands to welcome you. You then press the button on the ticket machine, remove the ticket, hand it to you, and then bow or bow as you walk through the barrier.

Because getting your own ticket out of the machine is so working class.

Once you enter the parking lot, you will need to find a free space. Strategically positioned across the parking lot are several stylish young men, generally wearing safari jackets and hats. Your job is to point out the empty spaces. But pointing alone would be boring, so they develop a complex series of hand-shake gestures and dances to point toward an empty space - essentially a more masculine and energetic version of the hand flapping that welcomed him into the parking lot at the first place. Presumably this helps alleviate the overwhelming tedium of doing work that can be done properly with an LED.

The video below will give you an idea of ​​the stylized futility of these poor people's jobs. Notice that the first vehicle to pass the attendant is a delivery truck!

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