Which is better between a private job with a package of 1 lakh per month or a job in the government with 60 thousand per month?

Updated on : December 3, 2021 by Aidan Nicholson



Which is better between a private job with a package of 1 lakh per month or a job in the government with 60 thousand per month?

I have never met an IAS / IPS / IRS asking this question. So I am assuming you are comparing a PSU job or Group B job to a Pvt job.

In such a situation, you may need to compare your own wishes for your life and choose accordingly. When it comes to monetary benefits, look for a private job with your eyes closed, as in government the salary increase is not only meager but also dependent on increases and seniority (not your performance). In that sense, the private sector beats the government.

If job satisfaction is the most important criterion for you, check which government position you are in

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I have never met an IAS / IPS / IRS asking this question. So I am assuming you are comparing a PSU job or Group B job to a Pvt job.

In such a situation, you may need to compare your own wishes for your life and choose accordingly. When it comes to monetary benefits, look for a private job with your eyes closed, as in government the salary increase is not only meager but also dependent on increases and seniority (not your performance). In that sense, the private sector beats the government.

In case job satisfaction is the most important criterion for you, check which government job you are applying for (and which one you will ultimately be selected for). There are some government jobs where the job profile is so diverse, so dynamic, and so interesting that not many private sector jobs could provide you with that level of satisfaction. Imagine a position at NIA, ED, or any other investigative agency; ISRO, BARC, etc. for an engineer where, despite a minimum wage, he will be made to think like a pioneer; or if you get a job at any level in any ministry where even in your life, if even a single idea of ​​yours is implemented across India and leads to betterment of citizens, the job satisfaction you will have cannot be compared to a job well paid in a Pvt bank,

However, in case you are looking for a more balanced life, my suggestion is to work for the Pvt sector because, contrary to popular opinion, work-life balance is a myth in government (and rightly so, already that the issues you might be dealing with can't wait for the weekend or Diwali or Christmas).

Best of luck in what you choose.

Nothing is better when you have a poor mindset.

It totally depends on the person ... If you are a worker, it is not lazy at all ... you can go with a private job.

When you earn more than 1 lakh, you should start saving money at age 20–40, and you should start investing in anything for profit along with profit for the future.

On the other hand, if you are too lazy and afraid to interview the person who does not want to lead a stable life, you can opt for a job in the government.

For me personally, private work is very good. Of course you have insecurities at work. At the end of the day, how are you working that's all m

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Nothing is better when you have a poor mindset.

It totally depends on the person ... If you are a worker, it is not lazy at all ... you can go with a private job.

When you earn more than 1 lakh, you should start saving money at age 20–40, and you should start investing in anything for profit along with profit for the future.

On the other hand, if you are too lazy and afraid to interview the person who does not want to lead a stable life, you can opt for a job in the government.

For me personally, private work is very good. Of course you have insecurities at work. At the end of the day, how you are working, that's all that matters in private work.

This generation, 70% of people mostly do not want to take risks, they do not work hard but they need money. Shit!!

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