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Government Job vs Self Employment

There are hundreds of instances in our lives where we need to answer questions. But what if the question is common and over irritating. Like- ‘So, what are you going for? Self-employment or Government job or private job?’ Believe me, it’s really disgusting at times facing such questions. As students graduate every year, they face […]

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Government Job vs Self Employment

There are hundreds of instances in our lives where we need to answer questions. But what if the question is common and over irritating. Like- ‘So, what are you going for? Self-employment or Government job or private job?’ Believe me, it’s really disgusting at times facing such questions. As students graduate every year, they face this question in their inner selves as well. So, it gets really important to know what each of them is up to.

Government jobs have been all-time favorite undoubtedly. Who the hell in this world doesn’t look for air-conditioned offices from the very first day, fewer works hours, better salary, regular holidays and most importantly the security of not losing out on a fixed amount of money. With the growth of rural India, the competition to get into the arena gets tougher day by day. No offenses, civil services has now become like a fashion which everyone wishes to don, but it also feels great noticing students think bigger. The private job has its own set of perks.

But what if you love money, (Remember aiming money in life doesn’t make you selfish, I love money as well 😋), love lows as much as highs and you are a real risk-taker and even more enthusiastic to solve problems rather than discussing them. No matter how much your asset in business is depreciated, your personal credit is always appreciated. Start-up culture is cool nowadays.

Most people are witty enough to relate themselves to one of the groups. But things can’t be that easy in this game called life, so to confuse people among the two, In jobs case, there comes Paper leaks, Reservation, nepotism and politics and also the pressure of work.

Taking the case of a startup from self-employment, it’s not hard to guess that a very few percentages of start-ups successfully make it.

This is exactly where the dilemma is, none of us want to lose on any chance. Yes, but life is a challenge and we must accept this. Dancing at a bar on high doesn’t guarantee you are living a joyful life. The choice between two also reflects demographic factors. More people from tier 1 cities are inclined towards self-employment while tier 2 and 3 cities people find pleasure in jobs (mostly government). This may be due to per capita income.

The choice is completely yours. You have got this one life.
Aspire to inspire…
Be Your Own Boss
Good luck

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