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Ten Questions to Ask Yourself

What is it about a career that will satisfy you? Here are 10 questions to think about as you read through the career profiles?

1. Will you enjoy the daily activities associated with this work? Will you find this career fulfilling in the long run?

2. Is this a job with a set routine? Or will you often find new things to do and new ways to do them?

3. How much responsibility will you have? How closely will you be supervised?

4. How often will you work with others?

5. What can you do now to start preparing for this line of work?

6. How much schooling will you need to be successful in this career?

7. Can you start this career right out of college? Or will you need related work experience to qualify?

8. How do the employment projections for this career compare with other careers? How important is job security to you?

9. Will you be satisfied with the typical pay in this line of work?

10. Is this career a good stepping-stone to another fulfilling career? Or will you need to go back to school to move on to something new?

Careers that Fit
We selected a baker's dozen of personal qualities that will serve you well in the work world. Then we matched them up with a few careers in which they're especially important.

Ask Yourself
Which adjectives best describe me?
How would my friends describe me?
Then follow the links to detailed career profiles. You may discover a career you haven't considered before.

If you're
Try, Accurate, Bold, Compassionate, Cool-headed, Idealistic, Inquisitive, Observan, Organized, Outgoing, Patient, Persuasive, Practical, Savvy



Work Permit:

In actual practice, many students - Swiss and foreign alike - work alongside their studies to earn pocket money and gain professional experience. For foreign students, the number of weekly work hours is limited to 15, but this is fairly flexible depending on the canton (in Geneva, for example, you can work up to 30 hours per week). Nevertheless, most people will advise you not to take on extra work, since the university workload is already quite heavy, depending on the faculty.


Work Permit :

Working in France during your studies:
International students are entitled to work part time upto 20 hours a week off campus. French legislation now authorizes foreign students to work a maximum of 964 hours per year. In France there is a guaranteed minimum salary, which is € 8.71 gross per hour.

Working in France after your studies:
Once you have obtained a degree equivalent to a Master's or higher degree, you may request a temporary residence permit after expiration of your "student" residence permit. The temporary residence permit is valid for six months and is non-renewable.
This permit authorizes you to work in any kind of salaried job you choose, up to a limit of 60% of the legally permitted number of working hours.
If you sign an employment contract that is in a field related to your studies and whose remuneration is at least equal to one and a half times the SMIC, you will then be able to work full time and request a change in status (from student to employee) from the Prefecture administrative offices
At the end of your studies, you can also be recruited by a company even if you are not an EU national.
You will then have to change your legal status (from student to employee) through a specific procedure.
You will have to present an employment contract or an employment offer from a French company. In evaluating your request, the authorities will consider various factors, such as the company's reasons for making the offer, your profile and the number of years of study completed.


Part time employment in the Netherlands

  • Students can work up to 10 hours a week during term time and full time during vacations.
  • Students can earn around 6 – 8 Euro per hour i.e. Approx. 500 – 700 euro per week ( Rs. 40,000 - Rs. 50,000).
  • Students can work full time during vacations. •
  • Students could look out for part-time jobs by looking in the local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies.However please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.

Employment in Netherlands
 One year job Search Visa after Studies.


Part time employment in the Germany

Students can work upto 20 hours a week during term time and full time during vacations.
Students can earn around 6 – 8 Euro per hour i.e. Approx 500 – 700 euro per week ( Rs. 40,000 - Rs. 50,000).
Students can work full time during vacations.
Students could look out for part-time jobs by looking in the local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies.
However please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.
Employment in Germany
One year job Search Visa after Studies.


Making the choice to study in Denmark is easy. There are plenty of opportunities for international students and researchers. The Danish higher education institutions are internationally oriented and offer a large selection of programs and individual courses in English
Combining traditional lectures and tutorials with project-based teaching methods, studying in Denmark will develop your ability to work with others, think creatively and apply new knowledge. You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable practical experience. Danish higher education institutions cooperate with business to ensure an up-to-date learning environment where you can learn from industry experts and undertake internships in globally recognized organizations.

USP's of Denmark

Part of European Union.
Free Health Insurance.
Easy to get Dependent Visa.
Applicant will get full visa.
Course duration & additional 6months job search visa.
Tax savings for Indian Students up to 5lakhs
Quality Education from Public Universities with English Language
6 month's Job Search Visa after Studies.
68kms away from Germany
Ranked 10th as a Best Country in the World for Living Green & Copenhagen is recognized as one of the most Environmental Friendly city in the World.
No Fund requires for VISA



International students graduating from a program of 2 years or more in length would be eligible for a 3 year work permit after graduation with no restrictions on the types of employment and no requirement for a job offer. The experience gained would provide them an opportunity to work in an international setting and at the same time allow them to earn the money invested.


Canada is an international leader in Java, computers, networking, wireless communications. Insulin, flat-screen technology are some of the leading inventions originated in Canada. It has a reputation of excellence in sectors such as telecommunications, transportation, engineering, micro electronics, hydroelectric power, biotechnology, food & beverage processing, geomatics, ocean & environmental industries, aerospace etc. Some top Canadian companies recognized worldwide are Black Berry, IMAX, BATA, Corel etc. The Gourmand Report ranked 18 of North America's top 40 Electrical Engineering Faculties in Canada. The Global Competitiveness Report 2000 ranked Canada 1st in Knowledge workers.

Work Permit
Canada is encouraging International Students to stay back after their studies. The new Work Permit Program states that International students who have studied for 2 years can obtain an Open Work Permit with no restrictions on the type of employment and no requirements of a Job offer for 3 years. Students who study a one year program are eligible for a one year Work Permit.

Canada Post Graduate Work Permit
International students who have graduated from an eligible program at a post-secondary institution can gain Canadian work experience related to their field of studies, through Canada's Post-Graduation Employment visa.

To be eligible for the post-graduation work permit, the student:

  • Should have completed a full time study in Canada for at least eight months

Features of the Post Graduate Canada Post Graduate Work Permit

  1. International students can gain valuable Canadian experience.
  2. There will be no restrictions on the type of employment undertaken.
  3. There will be no need to have a job offer before a Canada Post Graduate Work Permit is granted.
  4. The applicant will be able to apply for Canadian citizenship through Canadian Experience Class program.

The applicant will be allowed to work for a period equal to full length of their study. The applicant will be eligible to apply for Canada Post Graduate Work Permit if he/she has studied in a program that is more than eight months long. If the applicant studied in a program less than 2 years but more than 8 months then the applicant will be granted a Canada Post Graduate Work Permit for a full length of their study. If the applicant studied for 2 years or more than he /she will be granted a Canada Post Graduate Work Permit for a maximum period of three years.


Part time employment in the UK

  • Students can work upto 20 hours a week during term time and full time during vacations.
  • Students can earn around £ 5 - £ 7 per hour i.e. approx £400 - £560 per month ( Rs. 30000 - Rs. 42000) during term.
  • Students can work full time during vacations.
  • Students could look out for part-time jobs by looking in the local newspapers and job shops as well as the Universities and Colleges career cells where information is available about vacancies. However please note that students are not guaranteed part time employment by the University.
  • If you are going to the UK as a student for six months or less, you must ask the Entry Clearance Officer for permission to work

Employment in UK

Points-based system (PBS) is a new system for managing migration, for those wishing to enter the UK for work or study.
UKBA has introduced Tier 2 of point based system whereby student who graduate from UK university will be able to take graduate level job in the UK with the registered companies paying a minimum of £ 20000 a year and work for 3 years.There is possibility of later extending for 3 year more.
There is aslo and introducation of new visa for gradauteentrepreneurs.This scheme will allow students who have world class innovative ideas and there are approximtely 1000 places this year.
For more information, please go to www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk



Australian Industries work side to encourage and sustain the economic activity. The national income comes from industries like Education, Agriculture, Finance, Hospitality, Manufacturing, Construction, Business services, Technology, Tourism etc.

Work & Migration

Skilled - Graduate Visa is an 2 years visa given to students on completion of 2 years of Study in Australia. During this time the student can work full time, or improve their English to gain additional points for General Skilled Migrant Policy of PR Skilled Graduate Visa Holders can apply for any of the following visa categories within the 18 months duration.

  • Provisional Skilled - Regional sponsored visa (Subclass 487)
  • Permanent Skilled - Independent visa (Subclass 885)
  • Permanent Skilled - Sponsored Visa (Subclass 886)

Or they can also apply for an employer sponsored visa at any time.

Part Time Employment

Students can work up to 20 hours a week (anywhere) during course time and 40 hours per week full-time during vacation periods if they have been granted a work permit. On an average a student can earn around 12 AUD/hour. Casual Jobs are available (A$15-18 per hour) as PT work option.

AUSTRALIA Skilled Recognized Graduate Visa

How do I qualify for Skilled Recognized Graduate visa?

You will be eligible to apply for the skilled graduate visa, if you are an engineering graduate from an overseas university recognized by Australian government and comply with the basic requirements as per Australian laws.

How long is this visa valid?

The visa is a temporary visa valid for a period of 18 months. This visa can be converted to a permanent visa of Australia, if the pass mark of the General Skilled Migration is met.

What kind of work will I be allowed to do?
You will be given an open work and study permit in Australia, with unrestricted work rights.

Can my dependents accompany me to Australia?
Yes, your dependents can accompany you to Australia and live, work and study in Australia for the duration of your stay, provided they comply with the Australian Laws.

Am I required to show any maintenance funds?
No, there is no need for you to show any maintenance funds to migrate to Australia under this visa category



NZ industries work side by side to encourage and sustain the economic activity and the benefits it brings to the people of NZ. Over 60% of NZ GDP is generated by services. This includes : The computer software development industry, film, television and commercial production industry, services like banking, finance, advertising, property, tourism & hospitality, and food processing. The manufacturing sector has shown strong export performance growth, which has encouraged investment and employment growth.
International students enrolled in a tertiary programme of study are eligible to work upto 20 hours per week during the academic year. Students can work full time (40 hrs) in New Zealand only during the summer holidays. The average wage for part time jobs is between NZ$10 - NZ$12 per hour. International students who have graduated from a course in New Zealand that would gain points under the Skilled Migrant Category may apply for a one year open work visa. Eligible student’s partner may apply for a work permit, valid for the duration of the study course.
Future Scope
New Zealand Education is a strong pathway leading to migration opportunity:

  • All students successfully completing a 3 yrs duration Diploma, Degree, PG course or course under the skilled shortage list gain Points towards Skilled Migrant category, for Permanent Residency.
  • Any student gaining points for Skilled Migrant category as mentioned above can apply for a Job Search Visa of 1 year where they can work full time.
  • On gaining Job offer within the period of Job Search student can either apply for 2 years Work Permit or Permanent Residency depending on their eligibility for SMC.
  • Requirement of 2 years work experience is waived off if the student has NZ qualification.
  • Spouse of the students going for Post graduate courses or for courses listed in immediate or long term skill shortage could accompany on a work permit.
  • New Zealand Permanent Residency holder enjoys many benefits like subsidized tuition fees for higher education, low interest rates & easy loan facilities, Traveling to any Euro national country becomes very easy & many other benefits (refer www.immi.govt.nz).


USA is one of the strongest economies of the world. The vast majority of Americans derive most part of their income from occupational earnings. In the United States, the highest earning occupational groups are the white collar professionals including management, physicians, mathematicians, financial managers, software publishers, computer engineers, hospitality, etc. USA has also been on the forefront in the telecom, medicine, health care, and genetics.
International students can take up on campus jobs they are allowed to work 20 hrs per week during semester (on campus). On campus jobs may include teaching assistantship or research assistantship where a student is paid on an average $8 to $10 per hour thus student earns approximately $ 500-$ 1000 per month or can get a waiver in tuition fees. With this, a student can also do internship in the related field which may be paid. 
During vacation the student is allowed to work for 40 hrs per week. On completion of the course, student is allowed to work for 1year popularly known as OPT (optional practical training). Students with certain degrees are allowed to work for 29 months. On completion of their OPT; the student can later apply for work on a H1 B visa (work permit visa).


( Aspects in Employment )

Check out these top 10 lists of occupations, sorted by the level of education typically required:

· Graduate degree
· Bachelor's degree
· Associate's degree or postsecondary vocational award

As Per U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Industries with the Fastest Employment Growth
IndustryPercent Change in New Jobs 2006-2016

Management, scientific, and technical consulting services  78%
Services for the elderly and persons with disabilities  74%
Gambling industries  66%
Home healthcare services  55%
Educational support services  53%
Community care facilities for the elderly  50%
Other financial investment activities  47%
Facilities support services  46%
Securities and commodity contracts, brokerages, and exchanges 46%
Internet publishing and broadcasting  44%

Occupations with the Most Job Openings :
Graduate Degree

OccupationTotal Job Openings 2006-20016

Postsecondary teachers 662,000
Lawyers 228,000
Doctors and surgeons 204,000
Clergy 130,000
Pharmacists 95,000
Educational, vocational, and school counselors 84,000
Physical therapists 68,000
Mental health and substance abuse social workers 62,000
Rehabilitation counselors 60,000
Mental health counselors 50,000

Occupations with the Most Job Openings: Bachelor's Degrees

OccupationTotal Job Openings 2006-2016

Elementary school teachers, except special education 545,000
Accountants and auditors 450,000
Secondary school teachers, except special and vocational education 368,000
Computer software engineers, applications 300,000
Computer systems analysts 280,000
Middle school teachers, except special and vocational education 217,000
Network systems and data communications analysts 193,000
Securities, commodities, and financial services sales agents 161,000
Network and computer systems administrators 154,000
Construction managers 152,000

Occupations with the Most Jobs Openings:  Associate's Degrees or Postsecondary Vocational Awards

OccupationTotal Job Openings 2006-2016

Registered nurses 1,001,000
Nursing aides, orderlies, and attendants 393,000
Licensed practical and licensed vocational nurses 309,000
Automotive service technicians and mechanics 265,000
Computer support specialists 242,000
Preschool teachers, except special education 187,000
Hairdressers, hairstylists, and cosmetologists 151,000
Real estate agents 115,000
Welders, cutters, solderers, and brazers 107,000
Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors 107,000

Source : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Industries with the Fastest and Biggest Growth
Wondering where the jobs of the future will be? Government economists estimate which industries will provide the most new wage and salary jobs between 2006 and 2016. They also predict which industries will have the fastest employment growth.

Industries with the Most New Jobs

IndustryNew Jobs 2006-2016

Management, scientific, and technical consulting services 718,000
Employment services 692,000
General medical and surgical hospitals 691,000
Elementary and secondary schools 638,000
Local government, excluding education and hospitals 612,000
Offices of physicians 534,000
Limited-service eating places 529,000
Colleges, universities, and professional schools 499,000
Computer systems design and related services 489,000
Home healthcare services 481,000





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