What Career Path to Follow After Graduation and How to Make a Choice

After completing graduation, it can be a tough choice to decide what to do further to progress in life career-wise. While many of us are typically given the choice of going for higher education, there are a few who are able to decide what they want to do exactly as a professional.

In this article, we’ll be talking about the three paths that can be followed to fulfill your career objective in the long-term after completing your graduation. Remember, the choice depends on your personal goals and can be modified accordingly. We only aim to provide you with three broad choices that can change your career forever.

1. Going for higher professional degrees

Going for a professional degree is the most sought after option for younger graduates. A major chunk of graduates enroll for CAT coaching and aim at getting into the best B-schools in the country or abroad. But one question that you must ask yourself iswhy MBA and not any other degree.

Try to set your priorities right, and even if you want to go with MBA to get a good job, try to incorporate your preferred field of interest into your degree with a specialization like Event Management, Finance, etc.

2. Starting a startup

The Indian government supports the spirit of entrepreneurship and has been forming favorable policies to encourage self-employment. Starting a startup always requires courage, but if you have an idea that can transform the industry or believe you can develop a great business model with your entrepreneurial skills, go ahead and start your business now.

Increase your knowledge by reading startup stories and self-educate yourself on the topic of finance, business development, etc. As an aspiring entrepreneur, one of the most important things that you need to take care of is that of finding a mentor that will not only help you in building your business by guiding you with his expertise in the field but will also act as a guru in all your endeavors.

3. Get an entry-level job, & rise up the ladder

As a fresher, individuals are usually provided with entry-level jobs that allow one to take his/her first step into the world of corporate. Yourstory always starts with humble beginnings, which take a turn when you start putting in your hard work and dedication to building your empire.

One of the biggest misconceptions adopted by the Millennials is that working a 9 to 5 job is for the ordinary and that you need to be an entrepreneur to follow your dreams. However, the generic statement doesn’t hold any ground as many individuals have risen the ladder of success in a corporate and are more than happy to do their corporate jobs.

Saurabh Saha
Pursuing MCA from the University of Delhi, Saurabh Saha is an experienced blogger and internet marketer. Through his popular technology blogs: TechGYD.COM & sguru.net, he is helping several brands to gain exposure in front of high-quality web visitors.