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What can I pursue after doing my Bachelors. Should I go for job or prepare for Masters?
pranjaljagetiya
4 months ago
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Pranjal Jagetiya 4 months ago
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ashlynsehgal
4 months ago
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It totally depends on what kind of masters you are looking at. If you’re looking at MBA, you definitely need work experience. However, given the job market right now - there aren’t too many jobs available. So I would suggest in case your masters isn’t as specialised as a MBA, consider finishing your studies once and for all. By the time you finish, there will be a lot more job opportunities in the market and the economy would be recovering. Just a suggestion and good luck 😊
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anikaendlaw
Anika
4 months ago
I am stuck with the same doubt in my head. But in my opinion and from what people have told me, work experience after bachelors is a better option. After gaining work experience for 2-3 years, it will be easier to cope up with masters and you'll have a better understanding of corporate world.
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ayushiojashwi
4 months ago
Its always a better option to complete your higher educations before accepting the job. However if you get a really good job offer you must not miss that
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shraddhajain
4 months ago
You can do both side by side
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prachisharma5
4 months ago
You should do what your heart tells you!
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pihukalra
4 months ago
Do a job and pursue masters along with it. Job experience is very important
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pulkitbhandari
4 months ago
Do a job and side by side pursue masters
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shivimishra
4 months ago
It totally depend on you. Gaining work experience is better because that helps you coping up the with seniors doing masters with you. You can save your time by doing job for a year and preparing for masters at the same time.
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priyangisingh
4 months ago
Start applying for jobs and side by side you can do your masters. By doing this you will get experience of working and there will be no gap.
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deepankshipadhi
4 months ago
It really depends on the degree you are doing because in certain degree there are better options after bachelors and in some only after masters. You also need to see what do you think you need whether you'd need some job experience before you'd prefer pursuing the masters for the subject
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