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An attempt to enlist challenging careers options, what they could offer , what it needs and snapshots of success stories worldwide

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  • 1. FASCINATING CAREERS

2. The objective of this presentation is to inspire the youth of today across the globe to approach life positively and think laterally while dealing with their professional lives The subject is too wide to be covered in a single presentation , but have attempted to provide enough to ignite the enlightened minds to be happy about their existence and constantly seek new opportunities to succeed 3. These are challenging times with a plethora of exciting careers options available The aim of this presentation is to provide a flavor of some currently exciting areas of pursuit Some companies have been cited only as an example , and with no intention to malign others that have not found a mention Being a broad area for discussion ,no misunderstanding should arise if any career has been left out; it could be simply oversight 4. The apex management with decision taking responsibilities command phenomenal remunerations. The entry level in corporate though demands lots of struggle and hard work for sustenance. But once you are at the higher management level your salaries are what you wish. If you are holding a management degree from a renowned institute, even the sky can not be your limit. With the present trend of hiring young CEOs and managements on board, doors to endless & wide opportunities has opened up.Engineers, CA s and HR Professionals with dint of sheer hard work can have phenomenal corporate careers 5. Some of the top multinational corporates help you to hone not only your technical skills ,but also in other functional areas in a sustainable manner .They have a rigorous management trainee programme which takes you through critical projects to enable on the job learning and getting to know your colleagues Great places to work for include Unilever, Procter & Gamble , General Electric , Johnson & Johnson ,though this is only the tip of the iceberg 6. At Unilever, we believe in investing in the future. Thats why have created the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan and why were constantly developing bigger, better, faster innovations. Its also the reason we put so much energy into developing the business leaders of tomorrow you. Whether youre a graduate looking for on-the-job training through our Unilever Future Leaders Programme, or a student looking for a hands-on internship in a pioneering and fast-moving business, weve got what youre looking for. When you join Unilever, youll be working on live projects and gaining experience at one of the worlds most competitive and successful consumer goods companies. 7. "AT UNILEVER, ITS NOT JUST ABOUT SOAP OR SHAMPOO. ITS ABOUT HOW PEOPLE LIVE. ITS ABOUT HELPING PEOPLE GET A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE AND IN DOING SO HELPING US BUILD A STRONGER, BETTER BUSINESS CHRIS LOXLEY, NEW BUSINESS MANAGER, R&D 8. Management consultants help organisations to solve issues, create value, maximise growth and improve the business performance of their clients. They use their business skills to provide objective advice, expertise and specialist skills which the organisation may be lacking. Management consultants are primarily concerned with the strategy, structure, management and operations of an organisation. They will identify options for the organisation and suggest recommendations for change, as well as helping with additional resources to implement solutions. Consultants operate across a wide variety of services such as business strategy, marketing, financial and management controls, human resources, information technology, e- business and operations, and supply-chain management. Consultancy firms range from larger firms that offer end- to-end solutions to smaller or niche firms that offer specialist expertise, skills and industry knowledge. 9. The day-to-day activities of management consultants are often complex and varied. Projects can vary in length depending on the type of consultancy, firm and the demands of the client. They can involve an individual or a large team and may be based in one location or across various sites including overseas. Typical tasks, particularly for new graduate recruits, involve: carrying out research and data collection to understand the organisation; conducting analysis; interviewing client's employees, management team and other stakeholders; running focus groups and facilitating workshops; preparing business proposals/presentations. New recruits tend to spend most of their time at the client's site. In addition to the above, tasks for more experienced and senior consultants involve: identifying issues and forming hypotheses and solutions; presenting findings and recommendations to clients; implementing recommendations/solutions and ensuring the client receives the necessary assistance to carry it all out; managing projects and programmes; leading and managing those within the team, including analysts; liaising with the client to keep them informed of progress and to make relevant decisions. 10. Shape the world We take on problems that most people shy away from. And your ability to work for an institution that does that with gusto and without fear is a very unique opportunity. Lynn Partner 11. Complex problemssuch as global poverty and access to quality health carerequire collaboration among the public, private, and social sectors to achieve progress. Because of our relationships, networks, and client work across these three sectors, we have a unique opportunity to integrate insights and to bring the right leaders together to make a significant positive difference for the world. We believe in building tri-sector athletes, which means your work at McKinsey can span combinations of all three sectors, giving you the unique perspectives and expertise to take on our clients toughest challenges. 12. Here are some of the ways we are creating positive change for our clients. In the United States, were helping cable companies revolutionize advertising. In Eastern Europe, we helped a financial services group gain 25 percent market share to become the dominant franchise in the region. In China, we developed a revitalization plan for the downtown shopping area of one of the busiest cities in the world. In the Middle East, we worked with a nations leading hospital to reduce waiting times for diagnostic radiography from 262 days to nine days. In Europe, we helped implement an innovative CO2 trading platform that aspires to reduce pollution across the region. 13. Management Consulting enables you to do stimulating work with really smart and very capable people who enjoy collaborating with each other to solve challenging issues for clients. Working as a management consultant is a very fulfilling way to use your experience. At Accenture, you will be working with leading organizations in the private and public sector across all industries so your knowledge will be put to good use and enhanced via the work you do. Consulting allows you to stretch yourself. You will apply and continuously develop your own strengths and expand your expertise with each new project. Working in Accenture Management Consulting enables you to experience things differently as you build your career. Our management consulting approach has been developed over time based on on-going research and practical application. You will acquire new skills in management consulting and be able to tap into a whole field of expertise that you can use for the rest of your life. You will benefit from new training curricula and learning at the worlds most demanding and exhilarating clients. 14. We want people who bring intellect to everything they do, people who have the potential to develop into business or government leaders, and who will be credible in the boardrooms and other executive levels of the worlds biggest companies and public sector institutions. Management Consulting people are highly talented and very diverse individuals, as you might expect in a large global organization. When recruiting, we look for talented people of varied backgrounds. We want to hire people who are excited by working at the cutting-edge of business and government, and enjoy working collaboratively to drive outcomes for clients. 15. Big bucks and long hours are the hallmarks of the investment banking industry. After all, keeping on top of the world's financial markets can be an almost 24/7 job, especially in a down economy. But the financial rewards-not to mention being a part of some of the big-name business deals that you see in headlines-can make the grueling hours an adrenaline-based rush. Investment banking isn't one specific service or function. It is an umbrella term for a range of activities: underwriting, selling, and trading securities (stocks and bonds); providing financial advisory services, such as mergers and acquisition advice; and managing assets. Investment banks offer these services to companies, governments, non-profit institutions, and individuals. The action and players in investment banking are still centered around Wall Street and midtown Manhattan in New York City along with a few other money centers around the world, such as San Francisco, London, and Tokyo, but the list of players is getting smaller as the industry consolidates and firms fall to today's struggling economy. Today, leading banks include Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, Credit Suisse, and JPMorgan Chase. These and other firms are regular visitors to campus career centers-though recruitment has slowed (and layoffs have increased) considerably because of the recession that began in 2008. 16. The intensely competitive, action-oriented, profit-hungry world of investment banking can seem like a larger-than-life place where deals are done and fortunes are made. In fact, it's a great place to learn the ins and outs of corporate finance and pick up analytical skills that will rema