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Hi sir/mam
i am pramod ghongadi and i have done MBA in finance and i got two job offers in Bangalore
1) Thomson Reuters as a trainee content analyst
2) HSBC as a customer service executive
i am really confused with both the profile which one to go for, TR generally hire on a 6 months contract basis, HSBC is regular job, package HSBC is more, and i am looking for finance and accounts profile, and i am in dilemma which one to go for, please suggest me over both the profile.

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Asked by pramod ghongadi, 28 Jan 11:00 am
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HSBC without any doubt Second option is an operations job and there are fixed duty timings
Analysis job employers exploit their staff maximum and do not compensate adequately
Bank job is better
Answered by Sunny, 28 Jan 11:48 am

 
  
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HSBC without any doubt
Answered by iqbal seth, 28 Jan 11:39 am

 
  
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HSBC job is a back office job that may involve working in shift timings including night shifts. Please find out about this. The job profile at HSBC as CSE is more a support/call center type job and will be repetitive in nature, very demanding with lots of supervisory pressure. As a MBA Finance guy, you will have nothing much to learn to enhance your knowledge. People change HSBC jobs frequently and there is always a vacancy with them. If you want to enjoy your job profile, look for a merchant banking company or even reputed CA firms wherein today, job profiles are very challenging and salary very attractive with guaranteed career prospects in future. I do not know much about TR.
Answered by M Shankar, 28 Jan 11:28 am

 
  
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Second option is an operations job and there are fixed duty timings
Analysis job employers exploit their staff maximum and do not compensate adequately
Bank job is better
Answered by Vikram, 28 Jan 11:06 am

 
  
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Go for the regular job, and if you find a better job you can leave this, at least with this job you wont be jobless, and then you can get better opportunity to look for a better job. good luck
Answered by sanam, 28 Jan 11:03 am

 
  
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