2014's Top Career Lessons That Take You To New Heights In 2015

By siliconindia  |   Tuesday, 30 December 2014, 13:29 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Government launched the Make in India campaign to meet its people aspiration and it was the Prime Ministers pet project to help build the manufacturing sector across the country.
So if you’re an entrepreneur, then there’s never been a better time to be in India. The business industry is trying to capture most of this opportunity and this has open new doors with inventive ways of working. If you haven’t yet got into on this boat of advancement, here are 9 lessons to learn from 2014, as compiled by ET.
More Fresh tasks for Young People
2014 has seen a lot of start up making their way in various industries, and young blood leading them to every spectrum of field. Nowadays, age does not factor in seeking responsibilities and this changing mindset has started providing various opportunities to young people.
Increasing prospect and escalating business has also played vital role in giving young people with greater accountability, as there is insufficient human resource at managerial level to meet up the demand. This trend is expected to continue in 2015.
Changing scenario for internship
Companies are investing more in internship program which are run by them and have also increased the intake from all the previous years. Internship diversity provides companies to tap talents earlier and also provide chance to increase their market state of affairs in their favor. Graduate students have more valuable option available for industries exposure.
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