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Insurance policies are a huge sector in India that is growing rapidly at a speedy rate of 15-20%. The insurance sector is just about 450 billion yet 80 percent of the population in India is not assured. This gives you a glance into the vast growth chances that exists for this segment. The insurance industry in India mainly consists of two main kinds, the
Popular Myths Often Prove Costly. Here Are Some Tricky Ones That You Must Stay Away From.
IT WAS that year when most investors paid heavily for their costly mistakes. As we step in 2010, there are some lessons to learn and at least avoid the following 10 investment mistakes.
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Follow these tips to avoid some of the common blunders in résumé.
Your résumé should not be a boring list of job duties and responsibilities. Demonstrate how you made a difference to the company you worked for. When highligh
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“Over the past year or two, the outsourcing industry has been throwing up jobs for Doctors, Engineers, CAs, Architects,” says Jacob William of the Bangalore-based Outsource2India, which employs 500 people and offers services in the big-buzz, big-bucks area of knowledge process outsourcing. “Unlike the first wave which was more about entering data and answering phone
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Many in India consider the insurance sector as the secured one but the recent downfall in the premium income of private and public life insurance and general insurance companies clears this myth. The figures came out in the light, regarding the premium income of insurance industry clearly shows that Insurance India is not recession proof.
Downfall started from t
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AHMEDABAD: With returns on investment more than 79%, 2009 calendar year emerged as the best year for investors since 2000. Even as three trading sessions are yet to go, the benchmark Sensex closed on its 18-month high on Thursday at 17360. FII’s have once again proved to be the frontrunners in terms of the inflow, pumping more than Rs 82,000 crore in the Indian ma
BANGALORE: After a long hibernation of 18 months, headhunters are actively out in the market as talent requirements have started trickling in.
The hiring momentum is expected to pick up from April onwards.
Even in a worst scenario, calendar 2010 will create around 50,000 fresh IT/ITES jobs against zero fresh jobs except a very th
With organisations diversifying their businesses into global markets, work is no longer restricted by geographical boundaries. Today, firms want their employees to be on the move and work across the globe. Are you ready for such a ‘global’ career?
The boundaries of geography, language and culture are increasingly bec
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