What jobs in the sector are better?

Updated on : January 20, 2022 by Theo Woods



What jobs in the sector are better?

Choose according to your interest.

In government work (grade B) you have a lot of money, in the private sector, especially in IT, you have a good lifestyle and in defense and grade A government work you have both.

How do you define "best"?

If you are interested in helping society or your country while having a decent life and career for yourself, the Public Administration will give you the best opportunity. Once upon a time, private sector jobs also allowed people to do things for the greater good. Even though their main goal was to engage in commerce (and thus provide employment for people and keep the economy going), they considered themselves part of the community and did things for the greater good. We hadn't coined the phrase Corporate Social Responsibility back then, but it existed today. But

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How do you define "best"?

If you are interested in helping society or your country while having a decent life and career for yourself, the Public Administration will give you the best opportunity. Once upon a time, private sector jobs also allowed people to do things for the greater good. Even though their main goal was to engage in commerce (and thus provide employment for people and keep the economy going), they considered themselves part of the community and did things for the greater good. We hadn't coined the phrase Corporate Social Responsibility back then, but it existed today. But then Milton Friedman came along, who professed that THE ONLY goal of a company is to maximize shareholder value and thus began the practices of predatory capitalism where corporations have become parasites that pray and destroy the very environment in which they thrive. Now we talk a lot about CSR, but above all it is about public relations; there is actually very little of that.

In the end, it all comes down to what your motivations are. Are you going to work to BE someone or to DO something? I know many, many IXS officers who have done wonderful things for their state, for their country, and occasionally other countries as well. But if your motivation for becoming a civil servant is to live in a large, luxurious mansion, have a small army of servants to serve you, and roam in a car with a red light (indicating that you are a VIP) and therefore , lead a comfortable life, then you are not going to have any impact on anyone or anything (except yourself). Which is not very different from working for Goldman Sachs; You will earn a lot of money, you will live in fancy towns in Mumbai and Delhi, you will drive luxurious cars, you will travel first class, but what are you doing for others?

The governments of most countries are run day by day by their bureaucracies, that is, their equivalent of the civil service. Elected ministers or parliamentarians set policy, but public officials carry it out. Public officials have great power, a great opportunity to have a positive impact on people's lives. The budget of a small department in a state government far exceeds that of a great executive in a large company.

Some of the smartest people in the country often end up in investment banking or other financial sector jobs because these jobs pay the most. What do these people do besides making money for their respective companies and for themselves by playing money games? Why don't you go out of your way to invent things that make people's lives better? Why don't they create companies to create more jobs or to help the country's economy? Why not become medical researchers to help cure cancer and other similar diseases?

At the end of the day, in my humble opinion, an IXS officer has a much greater opportunity to do things for his country. Whether he / she makes good use of it or not is up to the individual.

In a GOVERNMENT job

The negative points are:

  1. It takes a very high level of flattery and licking boots for you to grow up in the hierarchy.
  2. Absolutely no responsibility for which absolutely no importance is given to merit and therefore good talent cannot be sustained for long.
  3. Very high regionalism and linguistic bias, especially at higher levels. (My Tamil boss seeks talent only within the Tamil community. He is so shortsighted that he will get work from everyone except reward / reward only Tamils).
  4. Absolutely no recognition and no awards for your hard work and contributions. Cri
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In a GOVERNMENT job

The negative points are:

  1. It takes a very high level of flattery and licking boots for you to grow up in the hierarchy.
  2. Absolutely no responsibility for which absolutely no importance is given to merit and therefore good talent cannot be sustained for long.
  3. Very high regionalism and linguistic bias, especially at higher levels. (My Tamil boss seeks talent only within the Tamil community. He is so shortsighted that he will get work from everyone except reward / reward only Tamils).
  4. Absolutely no recognition and no awards for your hard work and contributions. The criteria for deciding awards, and there are many, are anything but contribution and merit. (The day after we did a very good test, for the first time in India, my then boss came to see me and asked me to do his resume so he could apply for a national award. My team and I were left licking our thumbs and virtually surprised)
  5. Due to the prevalence of reserve, a good percentage of non-deserving candidates tend to rise to positions of power.
  6. Corruption is rampant despite very good pay scales. Although, this is drastically decreasing in the era of the new government.
  7. A lot of political pressure and you are never allowed to make independent decisions (whatever your ability). All the older ones try to suppress you.
  8. Most likely, you will develop a health problem in a government job due to unethical and immoral practices.

However, there are also some good points:

  1. In some government jobs you can work directly and contribute to the good of society. Nothing gives you more satisfaction than contributing directly to society and the nation. eg Armed Forces, ISRO, Civil Services, DRDO, etc. The job profile / responsibilities / job description in some government jobs are phenomenal. Nothing in any private industry can match that.
  2. Sky is the limit for you to contribute to your work. There are many opportunities available and generally no one will stop you from taking action. You can work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and serve your country. Job satisfaction is tremendously HIGH. E.g. ISRO, PSU, central universities, etc.
  3. You often work in your own area of ​​expertise, and sometimes the domain of the job is so widespread that professional experience is exceptional.
  4. Usually the funds are readily available for one to fulfill one's duties. Although, most people tend to abuse this advantage. E.g. Central universities, civil services, etc.
  5. The salary scale at the entry and middle level is better than that of the private sector and at the highest levels they are comparable to that of the private sector.
  6. Very lower level of professional stress due to little responsibility.
  7. Personal hobbies and an active social life can be maintained.
  8. Good respect in society and one tends to retire with satisfaction. Disclaimer: I work for the government. The above are my personal experiences. I have some very good experiences and some very very unpleasant experiences working for the government. Believe me, there are good people, regardless of all this, who work for the government and who are actually making the country great.

Issue 1: Government Job is the father of all nepotism. I mean it may be Albert Einstein, but if you can't speak Tamil, your Tamil-speaking boss won't promote you.

You can do this in a government job.

As good as this

The choice is yours….

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It all depends on your mindset, likes and dislikes. Suppose if you are hungry for money then I suggest you go for the private sector (last hope for the general category of course) as salary increases exponentially here. On the other hand, if you want to lead a peaceful life, you can opt for a job in the public sector.

Let me research it for a more elaborate understanding, as I had initially kept my legs in both boats and have run into all of those obstacles before. So, I consider myself eligible enough to express my thoughts here.

Public sector:

  • Life is peaceful and constant
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It all depends on your mindset, likes and dislikes. Suppose if you are hungry for money then I suggest you go for the private sector (last hope for the general category of course) as salary increases exponentially here. On the other hand, if you want to lead a peaceful life, you can opt for a job in the public sector.

Let me research it for a more elaborate understanding, as I had initially kept my legs in both boats and have run into all of those obstacles before. So, I consider myself eligible enough to express my thoughts here.

Public sector:

  • Life is peaceful and constant. No ups and downs! No recession or job pressure! It can get boring at a later stage.
  • Highly respectful social status and if you get richer beyond the limits, it will obviously be questionable.
  • No challenging work environment. There are no skill upgrades. thus, you immerse yourself in the same routine activity.
  • The benefits provided apart from the usual salary are more here and life seems somehow easy. This is pretty good !!
  • Comparatively, lower wages than the private sector and lower increases. But the job is safe with many benefits.
  • Great dedication, hard work, and patience are key essentials to entering the government sector, as well as an integrated mastery over the big picture and events.

Private sector:

  • Higher packages at a young age and exponential increases are the main factors for admiring private jobs.
  • Life is unforgiving and there are many ups and downs due to recessions, job pressure, and poor work-life balance. No job security.
  • Challenging work, one can display their skills and talents profusely. The scope of learning is good! You can work in healthy environments that interest you.
  • No corruption. (It is considered the best part of private jobs) You can get rich without limits and grow like anything with the best path of no corruption.
  • The quality of life and work is also good in multinational software companies. One can enjoy a high profile lifestyle in the metropolitan areas.
  • Instead of abundant knowledge, the most important aspect that is needed here is the skills and the ability to deal with different upgrades.

In my opinion, both jobs are equally essential and should be respected. Donno, why are parents these days unwilling to marry their daughters off to private employees? How do you expect job security even when there is no security for life itself? There could be some kind of misconceptions. But, anyway, money matters in both cases…. Choose wisely based on your tastes and abilities .. :)

The content issue is purely my opinion, please do not consider otherwise.

Your valuable comments are kindly accepted. !!! Happy reading !!

Software? lol ... the software is not as smooth as claimed ... I quote this very boldly because I have seen the lives of my colleagues and batch mates currently working in the IT industry and 4 out of 5 just feel that they are being used as robots for pay. And they suggest to beginners not to enter this field even by mistake. The best way I can justify my above statement is through the comparison of both fields, viz. IT and banking sectors (PSU) and also through the transmission of real life observations that occur within my neighborhood.

Comparison with real life fa

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Software? lol ... the software is not as smooth as claimed ... I quote this very boldly because I have seen the lives of my colleagues and batch mates currently working in the IT industry and 4 out of 5 just feel that they are being used as robots for pay. And they suggest to beginners not to enter this field even by mistake. The best way I can justify my above statement is through the comparison of both fields, viz. IT and banking sectors (PSU) and also through the transmission of real life observations that occur within my neighborhood.

Comparison with real life facts:

1. In the Banking Sector (PSU's) you will know your fixed working hours .. !!

  • Standard business hours are 09:30 a.m. M. At 6:00 p. M. (considering the standard system start and end times of the day, between, employees will get a specific time for lunch of approximately one hour). So on average you can work 6 to 8 hours.
  • Unlike what happens in the software industry, working times are not fixed. For example, my nephew, who works at one of the major IT companies as a software developer, works an average of 9-10 hours a day (and if we include the time he leaves the house and returns, it shoots up to 13 to 14 hours) and their normal working hours are from 09:00 AM to <god_knows>. It is quite literally very true that coming home is UNPREDICTABLE, it says that you get home around 11:00 pm and that it sometimes runs until 2:00 am (not kidding). And he even works for the US night shifts from 02:00 AM to 2:00 PM. M. Until dawn for any special projects to which you are assigned.
  • A human being must comply with his basic nature, that is, work during the day and rest at night (that is why you will sleep calm and relaxed during the nights than during the day) if we try to alter this natural phenomenon then all diseases will follow . respectively.


2. Have the opportunity to serve people directly in person in the banking sector (PSU).

  • In other words, you can interact with many people and have a sense of satisfaction in serving them by meeting your banking needs.
  • Where, as in IT, you are forced to work in a CLOSED CUBE (most of the time at least) and people are busier at work and unlike the informal conversations that occur in Banks (which provides a homey environment and ease of work), it is hard to have time to provide a home environment in IT.


3. Money is a MUST, I agree. But NOT EVERYTHING is just common sense (this is for all those who say they get a huge pay scale in IT).

  • What good is it to an IT intern earning thousands of rupees when he cannot spend valuable free time with his OWN family (people who come from towns and villages have to leave their family and engage in the cities)?
  • What are you going to do with all the money you make until the age where you can't take your family to far away places to take a trip or tour and spend some valuable time?
  • Do you even have time if one of our friends or family gets sick and you take responsibility and then help them get to the hospital and be with them at least until they leave the hospital? Your boss will simply fire you and ask you to return to work; he may show no mercy. After all, they follow the purely commercial way of 'I am paying you and you should work for the pay and complete my project'.


4. In the banking sector (PSU), one of the main advantages of his entire career is JOB SAFETY. And when INDIA faced the recessionary effect of global markets, everyone knows who lost the most jobs, not the bank employees, but their absolutely IT professionals.

5. A large number of benefits such as: lower interest rates on home loans, auto loans, education loans (for your children), and many other government employee benefits (eg, discount for government employees in companies state like bsnl).

6. To buy a flat in a good location in Bangalore, the average cost would be 60 lakhs (all inclusive)

- An average EMI is 55000 / - and for a family to live comfortably around 45000 / - is needed.
- Monthly savings are essential apart from these (health problems, special school fees, saris for the wife and other miscellaneous expenses).
- Apart from these, the flats have a maintenance fee to pay a range of (5k to 10k)

So the ideal cash in hand per month should be 1.2 lakhs, which is 14.4 lakhs per year, so the approximate average package should be in the range of more than 17 lakhs, depending on the salary structure. Now you can have a clear idea of ​​what it takes to buy a floor from an IT professional.

But for a banking professional, who may have the opportunity to work in / near his hometown or within his locality (near his city or within the state) with that whopping 60 lakhs or even for a much less amount, a bank clerk can buy a HUGE bungalow (with large garden, fresh air) in any town that resides in the state.

there are many more to quote ...

I think these points are enough to support my previous statement and friends, I would finally like to say:

"Please don't get into something that takes up all your precious time in the process of working like a mere machine. Always know that it is time we spend with our family, true friends, supporters, and most importantly, being with our dear parents. which matters a lot as a true human being. "

Therefore, work is mandatory, but choosing a field that offers the best way to satisfy our satisfaction and that allows us to have enough free time and gives us the opportunity to be close to our family makes sense.

Thanks.

I hope you make the right decision.

(The above views are my personal views and are heavily quoted from real life observations, if you disagree with me I still won't miss a thing haha ​​...)

I see you said Private Employees, you didn't say a government job, so a lot of people only focus on getting a government job, even when very few are there just for the security it offers. In fact, I'm glad that someone is really interested in a job, even when it comes to private work. I know jobs are not too easy to find, so I wish them all the best.

First of all, in a private job, someone is spending their own money to hire you, so first of all, you need to show them that you are worth much more than the salary they will pay you.

Therefore, you must see it from the employer's point of view: what he / s

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I see you said Private Employees, you didn't say a government job, so a lot of people only focus on getting a government job, even when very few are there just for the security it offers. In fact, I'm glad that someone is really interested in a job, even when it comes to private work. I know jobs are not too easy to find, so I wish them all the best.

First of all, in a private job, someone is spending their own money to hire you, so first of all, you need to show them that you are worth much more than the salary they will pay you.

So you have to look at it from the employer's point of view - what do you really want? Someone who can be sincere / responsible / who takes initiative or has the X or Y skills - I am simply asking you to do a simple task as to what the employer wants and then it is simply a matter of adapting to those needs or even show that it is better.

I hope this helps!

The growth of the country requires the growth of the private sector. Job growth is always more in the private sector. Government jobs, including public sector, state government and cooperative sector jobs, make up no more than 8% of all jobs in India. About 92% of jobs are in the private and business sectors. Therefore, the growth of the country depends more on the growth of jobs in the private sector. Government jobs can provide job security for the candidate. But not everyone will get that from work. You have to work hard to survive in the job market. Self-employment is the best way to have a second

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For the growth of the country, the growth of the private sector is necessary. Job growth is always more in the private sector. Government jobs, including public sector, state government and cooperative sector jobs, make up no more than 8% of all jobs in India. About 92% of jobs are in the private and business sectors. Therefore, the growth of the country depends more on the growth of jobs in the private sector. Government jobs can provide job security for the candidate. But not everyone will get that from work. You have to work hard to survive in the job market. Self-employment is the best way to have a secure job. A freelancer can also create more jobs and provide employment for other people. But in government, you are confined to your job.

Job satisfaction is an important factor for a person in his life, if he doesn't like it

or the frustration in his work, it will affect not only him, but also his family. Therefore, we have to decide and create a healthy environment in our work, and it depends on your basic nature, your objectives and goals in your life.

In the private sector, although the work pressure is high and if you dedicate yourself to your job, the reward for your contribution is also high. And you have a satisfaction in your work and it will give you a boost in your personal and social life.

In the public and government sectors, your performance and hard work may not be

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Job satisfaction is an important factor for a person in his life, if he doesn't like it

or the frustration in his work, it will affect not only him, but also his family. Therefore, we have to decide and create a healthy environment in our work, and it depends on your basic nature, your objectives and goals in your life.

In the private sector, although the work pressure is high and if you dedicate yourself to your job, the reward for your contribution is also high. And you have a satisfaction in your work and it will give you a boost in your personal and social life.

In the public and government sectors, your performances and efforts may go unrecognized and surpassed by someone without making any effort and dedication, and government rules and regulations will only apply to judge your dedicated works.

If you define "best" as the best compromise between money and lifestyle, teaching may qualify to be the best, as it represents the ideal combination of a decent salary, the opportunity to learn, and a good lifestyle. If you manage to get into top-tier institutions like IIM and IIT, you'll also have consulting opportunities, again with some extra money and the satisfaction of your contribution.

The oil industry can be attractive for the money. But working conditions can be tough, although the money can be good. You will probably be able to enjoy life too, since

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If you define "best" as the best compromise between money and lifestyle, teaching may qualify to be the best, as it represents the ideal combination of a decent salary, the opportunity to learn, and a good lifestyle. If you manage to get into top-tier institutions like IIM and IIT, you'll also have consulting opportunities, again with some extra money and the satisfaction of your contribution.

The oil industry can be attractive for the money. But working conditions can be tough, although the money can be good. You will probably also be able to enjoy life as continuous work may not occur.

Good friend, software development is another option where money is good and there may be variety (well, not always, but generally), but lifestyle may not be guaranteed.

Ultimately, follow what your heart says. Once it's decided, obstacles will no longer appear as obstacles.

It depends on the type of skill / grade you have. If you have studied at IIT, NIT, IIM, Medicine, CA, or any other reputable university, don't even think about government jobs. Even the hospitality industry is doing better than government jobs.

Even if you are from a lesser known university, there are better options, as a professor at central universities, which is technically a government job but better than the popular ones.

Government work should be your last resort. The pay is lower and the competition is stiff, particularly for the general category. You will do much better in the private sector with less effort.

It purely depends on who is the director of the "movie of your life": your parents, your neighbors or "YOU".

As a wise man once said, "Studies are not made to raid facts, it is a game to train your brain." Similarly, work is not about earning your bread and butter, rather it is an act of fueling your passion and developing your personality from the inside out that will ultimately earn you bread and butter.

We Indians, most of us have no passion since childhood, even if we have it, we do not recognize it and if we somehow recognize it, it is killed by parents and neighbors, but this does not mean that you.

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It purely depends on who is the director of the "movie of your life": your parents, your neighbors or "YOU".

As a wise man once said, "Studies are not made to raid facts, it is a game to train your brain." Similarly, work is not about earning your bread and butter, rather it is an act of fueling your passion and developing your personality from the inside out that will ultimately earn you bread and butter.

We Indians, most of us have no passion since childhood, even if we have it, we do not recognize it and if we somehow recognize it, it is killed by parents and neighbors, but that does not mean that you should not listen to your parents.

Listen to your parents because sometimes they can see what you can't see, just like this man listened to his parents and got a government job and got a "BIG PACKAGE" 😄😄😄

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Peace !! ✌️✌️.

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