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I m a mechanical engineer and working in India`s leading power generation company as maintenance engineer for last two years.I want to know in which type of industry i can switch in future?

Asked by sanjeev kumar singh, 10 Aug '07 10:03 am
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Go for Larsen & Toubro Ltd,Eccd that is very famous construction company.You may vist their web:www.lntecc.com
Answered by pankaj kumar, 10 Aug '07 10:05 am

 
  
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You can seek openings in the power sector itself. With power infrastrucutre being the thrust sector of the economy there are no dearth of opportunties for you. Check the internet job sites.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 10 Aug '07 12:41 pm

 
  
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larsen an d tourbo in navi-mumbai

Answered by karthik rao, 10 Aug '07 10:04 am

 
  
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For many people, work is a necessary evil - it's what we do to allow us to afford to do fun things in our leisure time. Recent research found that 60% of us would have chosen a different career if we had our time again; 40% of people openly admit to having "drifted" into their job.
Imagine the alternative - you enjoy your work just as much as you enjoy your leisure time, it gives you a buzz and you'd do it even if you weren't being paid for it.
Find the job you love, and you've effectively given yourself a 7-day weekend! Think about it - the average person will work 40 hours a week for the best part of 40 years - nearly 80,000 hours of your life. So doesn't it make sense to spend your working time doing what you want to be doing?
And there's the rub - most people don't know what they really want to do. Because we are conditioned from an early age to aspire to what those around us - parents, teachers, peers, the media - define as a good job or career, and most of us never ...more
Answered by PANIWALA A, 13 Aug '07 09:39 pm

 
  
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