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Career rules : how to choose right and get the life you want / Sonya Dutta Choudhury.

By: Choudhury, Sonya Dutta, author.
Noida, UP : HarperCollins Publishers, 2017Description: 276 pages : illustrations (black & white) ; 20 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9789351775669 (pbk.).Subject(s): Vocational guidance | Success in businessDDC classification: 331.702 CHO Summary: Do you wince every time someone asks 'What do you plan to do once you graduate?' Perhaps you are thinking of changing careers but need some inspiration? Do you wish you could talk to the people who actually know what it's like to make a choice and make it work? In Career Rules, Sonya Dutta Choudhury gives a flavourful peek into the daily grind of contemporary professions through conversations with some of their most noteworthy practitioners - Sanjeev Kapoor in food and hospitality; Naina Lal Kidwai in banking and finance; Quikr's Pranay Chulet in entrepreneurship; Zia Mody in law; Imtiaz Ali in film-making, and a whole host of others - and also, importantly, to those working in junior and mid-level profiles. Insightful, full of mentorly advice and career 'hacks', this book is the kind of guided tour in the world of careers that every young graduate deserves. It is, in essence, a helpful nudge towards the life you want.
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Do you wince every time someone asks 'What do you plan to do once you graduate?' Perhaps you are thinking of changing careers but need some inspiration? Do you wish you could talk to the people who actually know what it's like to make a choice and make it work? In Career Rules, Sonya Dutta Choudhury gives a flavourful peek into the daily grind of contemporary professions through conversations with some of their most noteworthy practitioners - Sanjeev Kapoor in food and hospitality; Naina Lal Kidwai in banking and finance; Quikr's Pranay Chulet in entrepreneurship; Zia Mody in law; Imtiaz Ali in film-making, and a whole host of others - and also, importantly, to those working in junior and mid-level profiles. Insightful, full of mentorly advice and career 'hacks', this book is the kind of guided tour in the world of careers that every young graduate deserves. It is, in essence, a helpful nudge towards the life you want.

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