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Lack of cash bites on pay day; memories of full pockets haunt ...

MUMBAI: Each of the karigars (gold artisans) who work for Kumar Jain, vice president of Shree Mumbai Jewellers Association, earns about Rs 90,000 a month during the peak wedding seasons from October-July. Most of the payment happens in cash as ... Economic Times, 6 days ago

Number of Indian students in the US grew by 25 per cent in 2016

The growth rate, however, is down from 29 per cent in 2015, says a report. THE NUMBER of Indians flocking to the United States for education has increased by around 25 percent this year, according to a report published by the Institute of ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

UK new visa rules: Calm down folks, Indian IT firms won't be affected

The recent change in UK visa rules announced today which created a panic among Indian IT professionals might not have a significant impact, according to experts in the industry. "India's IT professionals are paid more than the current basic that ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

When work life begins at 60!

It's 6 a.m. and the alarm hasn't gone off yet. Seventy-six-year-old P N Vishwanathan is already up; he doesn't need the wake-up call. He has a busy day ahead -- meetings and conferences lined up with no siesta for respite. He will call it a day only ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

No pay, it's all work for these Indian promoters

Around 300 promoters serve their company boards for free. In 1997, Steve Jobs returned to the helm of Apple after a gap of 12 years. For the next 14 years till he retired, he drew an annual salary of $1. He let the 5.5-million Apple shares do the earning for him. And, they didn’t disappoint going up about a hundred times, when Jobs went about changing the world. There are several promoters serving on the boards of their Indian companies, who don’t draw any remuneration at all from ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago All work and no pay for these Indian promoters  Smart Investor1 month ago

Fewer jobs, flat salary blues for techies in campus hiring

'Over the next two to three years, hiring will come down further.''You will see the industry intake of freshers go down to 150,000 from the current 200,000.'Vinay Umarji, M Saraswathy and Shivani Shinde Nadhe report from Ahmedabad/Mumbai/Pune. Uncertainty over the outcome of the US presidential elections and Brexit as well as increased automation has cast their shadows over campus recruitment at most engineering colleges this year. Offers could dip by at least 20 per cent and salary growth ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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