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    • September 11, 2018
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    Gone are the days where only engineering and medical science used to be the most popular and sought-after careers in the country. With the increasing technology and a fast growth of the internet and media has the changed the way today’s students look at their career. Students today look for an innovative or interesting career option where they are not bound to do a 9-5 job, where they can use their passion and interest openly and still earn a handsome amount of money.

    A lot of interesting and well-paid career options are emerging these days offered by both Indian and foreign universities. They will not only become relevant to students but will also be a big hit in the near future.

    Automation and machines are taking over the world, and not just in some dystopian, post-Apocalyptic world that we see in the movies. Scientists, academics, and businesspeople have been pointing out for some time now that labor-intensive jobs are all going to machines, leaving humans at a loss. Machines, meanwhile, don’t have unions or productivity problems, and definitely, don’t demand a salary. And now there are digital brains that can perform surgeries, anesthetize patients, write code, or even author books by churning data. Automobile industries have no doubt reduced the work of a human being but it has started affecting its job options too.


    1. Food flavors

    A food flavor creates flavors for foods, beverages, nutritional supplements, toothpaste, pet foods, lip balms, medicines, cosmetics, perfumes and many more. It is a scientific art.

    You may have noticed how many chocolate companies look for people who they can hire who will help them to create new flavors or enhance the flavors of the existing product, this is a good job opportunity for all the foodie people who want to experiment with food.

    Food flavor industry is a multi-billion dollar industry and is growing at a fast pace. A career in this industry promises a bright future.

    The food processing industry in India has a market size of $70 billion, employs 13 million people directly and two-and-a-half times that number indirectly.

    Globally, the demand for food flavourists is are estimated to increase by around 11 percent by 2020. A fresher as a food flavoursist can expect around Rs 1,80,000 per annum in India

    Skills Required

    1. Strong oral and written communication skills
    2. Proficiency with computers
    3. Excellent sense of taste
    4. Analytical skills
    5. Love for food
    6. Veterinarian

    Veterinarians are those professionals who give medical care to pets, sporting and laboratory animals, birds and livestock.

    Pets are gaining popularity among people at a fast pace across the world. Globally, the demand for veterinarians is estimated to increase around 36% by 2020.

    In India, the salary of a veterinarian in India ranges from Rs 3-4 lakh annually.

    Skills required

    1. Love for animals
    2. Curiosity and observation skills
    3. Fine motor skills
    4. Scientific bent of mind
    5. Physical stamina
    6. Data scientist

    A data scientist is one of the most sought-after careers in IT today. Data scientists wrangle with data and use their challenging skills in statistics, math, and programming to clean and organize the data to understand the information hidden in it.

    Globally, the demand for data scientists is estimated to increase by around 50% by 2020. The annual salary of a data scientist in India will vary from Rs 3.25 lakh to Rs 18.48 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Knowledge of Python Coding, Hadoop Platform, and SQL Database/Coding
    2. Intellectual curiosity
    3. Business acumen
    4. Good communication skills
    5. Banking

    There are different types of bankers depending on their roles and responsibilities.

    Personal bankers work one on one with clients taking care of accounts and financial transactions. Investment bankers help with possible investment opportunities.

    The demand for bankers is estimated to be around 25-30%, globally, by 2020.The average salary for a fresher in the industry is around Rs 4 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Good organizational skills
    2. Leadership quality
    3. Good with numbers
    4. Honest approach
    5. Analytical acumen
    6. Patience
    7. Ethical hacker

    Ethical hacking is also known as penetration testing and intrusion testing. It is used to find out ambiguities in an IT system and break into it.

    A certified ethical hacker finds loopholes in the target system so that a malicious hacker is unable to breach the security system. His job is to increase the safety of the computer systems.With the increased use of internet worldwide and the also the rise in cybercrime, ethical hackers are playing an important role in the IT security industry. When it comes to ethical hackers there is a big gap between the demand and supply. Hence the scope is good in this industry. Globally, the demand for ethical hackers is estimated to be around six million by the year 2020.

    In India, the average salary of a fresher in the industry is around Rs 4-5 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Expertise in at least one application like Java or C++
    2. Knowledge of the functioning of UNIX
    3. Analytical approach
    4. Critical bent of mind
    5. Clinical therapists/Psychologists

    They are special counselors who are trained to help identify and treat emotional or mental issues, problems or disorders in people. They help their clients to maintain good mental health. They also, time and again, conduct individual, family and group counseling sessions.

    Globally, the demand for clinical therapists or psychologists is estimated to increase by around 20% by 2020. The average salary for clinical therapists is Rs 4-5 lakh in India.

    Skills required

    1. Good communication skills
    2. Compassionate mind
    3. High patience level
    4. Problem-solving attitudes
    5. Environmentalist

    Environmentalists are those who work for the protection, preservation, and conservation of the environment.

    They deal with the conservation of land and water resources and protection of the environment from pollution and industrial wastes.

    Globally the demand for environmentalists is estimated to be around 1% by 2020. As the need for the solutions related to environmental issues is increasing, the demand for environmentalists is increasing too.The average salary for a fresher in the industry is around Rs 4-5 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Good communication skills
    2. Physical stamina
    3. Analytical thought process
    4. Management skills
    5. Ability to make decisions
    6. Interest in scientific research
    7. Good in science
    8. Biomedical engineer

    A biomedical engineer or bioengineer is someone who applies engineering principles to the fields of biology and healthcare. They conduct research and develop systems, devices, equipment, software, drug therapy used in the healthcare industry.

    Globally, the demand for biomedical engineers is estimated to be around 27% by 2020.

    The demand for biomedical engineers is increasing at a fast pace because of the increase in the medical needs of the people, innovations in medical technologies and intensive research in the medical applications of emerging technologies, etc.

    The average salary for a fresher in the industry is around Rs 3 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Excellent analytical skills
    2. Interest in combining medicine and engineering
    3. Good communication skills
    4. Computer knowledge
    5. Creativity
    6. Math skills
    7. Problem-solving ability
    8. Mobile application developer

    Mobile application developer develops mobile applications (software) for mobiles and smartphones. They develop the applications both for entertainment and infotainment.

    The demand for the mobile application developer is growing very fast as smartphones are in high demand. The demand for new and innovative apps is ever increasing.

    Globally the demand for mobile application developers is estimated to be around 32% by 2020. The average salary for a fresher is around Rs 3 lakh per annum.

    Skills required

    1. Ability to communicate ideas and designs
    2. Good programming skills
    3. Analytical thinking
    4. Ability to work for long hours to meet deadlines
    5. Team player
    6. Experience in mobile app development
    7. Perseverance