What After Graduation- Job or PG?
So it’s your final year, you are so close to complete your graduation but there is a dilemma that is keeping you dubious in choosing your future path right after your graduation. A common confusion occurs whether to choose post-graduation or go for a job right after your college. So what is better – PG or a job? In this article, we will be looking at both aspects in detail.
What To Choose After Graduation?
Is it important to choose post-graduation after college or stepping into the industry would be the right choice? Let us look at some points that will answer all your dubiousness :
- Yes, it is a tough decision but it all depends on whether you want to start working early or pursue post-graduation to add an edge to your career before stepping into the industry.
- The only reason why a job is preferable is that- doing/pursuing PG is for two years, any source of income from salary will not be there, instead, students have to pay their PG fee which is an expenditure. If you are cool with that, you should go for PG
- Starting your career early in the industry gives you ample experience which after 2 Years ( Duration of a Post Graduation Course) will surely be shining on your resume. A post-graduation Degree also holds somewhat the same weightage, it gives you a better direction for your career.
- After graduation, there are many routes for the future that a student can choose from. Few can enroll for a post-graduate course, set up a business of their own, continue doing internships, or even better – search for a graduate job.
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Finally, if the student is confused about whether to take up higher studies or to take up a job right after graduation is by consulting career counselors and seniors in the college. Building professional networks by attending job fairs and also connecting on social media sites like LinkedIn and Facebook will be useful. Talking and meeting people will only provide a fair idea about what the student should do and how he/she should proceed to build their bright future.