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Inflation taking a toll on Fresher level salary

As per a report of Economic times in almost all big IT companies though there has been quite a up gradation in salary for the senior people but salaries for fresher entry-level jobs, especially those who are getting selected from campus interview have remained almost fixed or stagnant for the last seven years. The reason behind it are lot of combined factors  like  increasing automation, pressure to keep costs low and double-digit rate cuts by outsourcing clients.

 

There is also another reason, which seems to be more vital and that is inflation, which has jumped 45-50% since 2007-08 and this is taking a toll on fresher level salary. Thousands of new jobs have been created in the country by a slew of start-ups where entry level salaries have gone down effectively. According to the global HR head of one of India's top five IT firms on the condition of anonymity "We really don't see the need to raise entry-level salaries - it will stay stagnant for now," said the. "Given the glut of engineers at the fresher level, we can afford to keep salaries at the same level for the foreseeable future".

 

Now a day a fresh graduate engineer in It are getting a starting salary of 2.70 lakhs per annum which is approximately INR 23,000 per month. Even after 7-8 years later the same situation is prevailing and has not increased. As per several human resource executives TCS, Infosys, and Wipro are among the lowest pay master at entry level.

 

So all of you who are fresher and waiting for a job desperately, try to look beyond these IT firms and start applying to middle tier companies. They do not have huge work force and as a result for them every worker in their company is asset and they pay good salary even at entry level. You can also join startup companies where you cannot expect a very good salary but what you can learn is unbelievable and knowledge is untouchable by inflation. Keep your CV ready with you and post it in our site Fulltimejobs- India.

 

 

 

 

 

3D Animation and Rigging Artist

Job Opening for 3D Animation and Rigging Artist

The 3D Animation and Rigging Artist’s primary responsibility is to create highly versatile character rigging systems and animation tools and interfaces for the execution of specific CG animation projects. He or she may be assigned to a single project, or may oversee a number of projects with related technologies. 

Functional Role: Animation and Rigging Artist

No of Openings: 01

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Start Date: 08/08/2014

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Data Entry Operator

Job Opening for data Entry Operator

We are hiring Data Entry Operator for our company. Candidate must have knowledge of Computer and Internet as well. Also have minimum typing speed is 25 WPM. 

Functional Role: Data Entry Operator

No of Openings: 01

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Start Date: 06/08/2014

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Jobs in Ahmedabad for Electronics Engineer

Electronics Engineer jobs in Ahmedabad, Gujarat are quite available these days as lots of companies both large MNCs and small and medium scale have come to set up their business in Ahmedabad. After passing out from college your main concern is to get a good respect job in a company. 

 

If you are a fresher and have a B-Tech degree in Electronics you can find your dream Job in Ahmedabad as Electronics Engineer.  As a fresher you will be given proper training and you will be made industry ready.

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PHP developers fresher / experience

Job opening for PHP developers fresher / experience

We are hiring PHP developers fresher/ experience

No of Openings: 10

Functional Area: PHP developers

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Start Date: 25/06/2014

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ASP.Net Trainee Job Opening in Ahmedabad

Microsoft Dot net Technologies are in high demand these days, because of it robustness and simple architecture and secure code structure. More and more aspiring software developers are learning this technology and all they want is to get a decent ASP.NET Trainee job opening in Ahmedabad. In fulltimejobs India, job portal we are very happy to post such job openings in the city Ahmedabad, Gujarat where many small and medium scale companies are looking for ASP.NET trainee. They are willing to give proper training to the trainee and then give them real life project.

So all the candidates those are looking for ASP.NET Trainee Job Opening in Ahmedabad log in in.fulltimejobs.com and upload your resume. This is the best opportunity to grab a ASP.NET trainee job.

 

Trainees required at Rhymesoft Solutions for ASP.NET & PHP

A Company in Ahmedabad, Gujarat is looking to hire Trainee in ASP.Net and PHP.

Job Opening for Trainee in ASP.Net and PHP

No of Openings:4

Functional Area: Software Development

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Start Date: 14/03/2014

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Elements that recruiters and Employers are looking for in a fresher’s resume W

Whether a potential employer asks to see your curriculum vitae, CV or resume, they're looking for one thing – a document that proves why you're the ideal candidate to invest their time and money in. Essentially it's a sales brochure, pinpointing the interesting USPs (unique selling points) that make you stand out from the crowd.

There's no universally accepted format, but your CV should cover these elements:

·         Your details - Include your name, address, phone numbers and email address so any interested employers can contact you easily. Information such as nationality, age and driving license status are optional.

·         Personal statement - One paragraph that immediately captures the attention of your reader and entices them to find out more about you. Be careful not to cram too much in. Instead take your main skill and relate it to the job you're after to show employers why you meet their needs.

·         Work experience - List your most recent position first, continuing in reverse chronological order including the name, location, website and dates of your employment for each company you have worked for. Aim to use bullet points wherever possible to highlight your responsibilities and achievements in each role so the person scanning your CV can quickly match up your experience with their job description.

·         Education - Again, in reverse chronological order, give brief details of your academic and professional qualifications along with the grades you achieved. If you're looking for your first job since leaving education, include this information above any work experience.

·         Skills - Whether you realize it or not you will have picked up many skills over the years, some tangible, some less so. Include every IT package or program you have used as well as any foreign language skills you have gained, and state whether you're at a basic, intermediate or advanced level. Skills such as communication and project management are harder to substantiate and should be backed up with examples.

·         Hobbies and interests - Including these is optional and often used to fill up space at the end of the document. The idea is to give the interviewer a more rounded picture and, perhaps, something more personal to discuss at an interview.

·         References - It's not necessary to list referees on your CV, but you should state that details are available on request. If this is your first job, it's a good idea to nominate tutors or mentors. You'll obviously need to choose references that you're confident will give positive remarks, but you should also make sure they would be easily contactable by potential employers when the time comes.

·         A clear and simple layout - Always keep your CV to two pages of A4. It should be clear to anyone reading your CV where to find the information they're looking for, with enough ‘white space' to ensure they're not overawed at first glance.

The purpose of this document is not to get you the job, but to get you an interview. Always remember you're not writing a CV for yourself, you are writing it for your reader. As you write your CV, put yourself in their shoes. Keeps it short, to the point and, above all else, make it interesting.

Due to the high volume of applications they receive, a recruiter will generally spend at most 20 seconds initially reviewing each CV, so it's important to get it right. If you follow the structure outlined above, you're on the right track to presenting the information in a clear, concise and persuasive way.

Things to watch out for 
Time spent making sure your CV is crisp and relevant is always time well spent. There are plenty of simple mistakes that are often overlooked that will turn your readers off before they've gone much further than your name and address.

·         Resist the urge to jazz up your CV with images or color.

·         Steer clear of long paragraphs.

·         Careful use of bold type can be effective, but don't overdo it.

·         Underlining should be reserved for website links only.

·         Use typefaces like ‘Times New Roman' or ‘Arial' - they're easier to read.

·         Avoid using font sizes smaller than 11pt; employers won't strain their eyes to read it.

·         Don't use txt speak and only use abbreviations if they're universally known.

And finally… 
Check for spelling or typographical errors. Any errors are your responsibility and are one of the first things employers use to weed out the weaker candidates. Even if the role you're after doesn't require a high level of literacy, spelling errors scream lack of care, which is an undesirable quality for any recruiter. Don't put all your faith in a spell checker as many are set to American settings as a default. If you're not sure about a word, look it up in a dictionary.

Before you distribute your finished document or upload it to the Internet, get someone to look over it. Professional CV checkers see hundreds of CVs every day and can immediately spot things that may put off a potential employer.

 

 

 

Elements that recruiters and Employers are looking for in a fresher’s resume W

Whether a potential employer asks to see your curriculum vitae, CV or resume, they're looking for one thing – a document that proves why you're the ideal candidate to invest their time and money in. Essentially it's a sales brochure, pinpointing the interesting USPs (unique selling points) that make you stand out from the crowd.

There's no universally accepted format, but your CV should cover these elements:

·         Your details - Include your name, address, phone numbers and email address so any interested employers can contact you easily. Information such as nationality, age and driving license status are optional.

·         Personal statement - One paragraph that immediately captures the attention of your reader and entices them to find out more about you. Be careful not to cram too much in. Instead take your main skill and relate it to the job you're after to show employers why you meet their needs.

·         Work experience - List your most recent position first, continuing in reverse chronological order including the name, location, website and dates of your employment for each company you have worked for. Aim to use bullet points wherever possible to highlight your responsibilities and achievements in each role so the person scanning your CV can quickly match up your experience with their job description.

·         Education - Again, in reverse chronological order, give brief details of your academic and professional qualifications along with the grades you achieved. If you're looking for your first job since leaving education, include this information above any work experience.

·         Skills - Whether you realize it or not you will have picked up many skills over the years, some tangible, some less so. Include every IT package or program you have used as well as any foreign language skills you have gained, and state whether you're at a basic, intermediate or advanced level. Skills such as communication and project management are harder to substantiate and should be backed up with examples.

·         Hobbies and interests - Including these is optional and often used to fill up space at the end of the document. The idea is to give the interviewer a more rounded picture and, perhaps, something more personal to discuss at an interview.

·         References - It's not necessary to list referees on your CV, but you should state that details are available on request. If this is your first job, it's a good idea to nominate tutors or mentors. You'll obviously need to choose references that you're confident will give positive remarks, but you should also make sure they would be easily contactable by potential employers when the time comes.

·         A clear and simple layout - Always keep your CV to two pages of A4. It should be clear to anyone reading your CV where to find the information they're looking for, with enough ‘white space' to ensure they're not overawed at first glance.

The purpose of this document is not to get you the job, but to get you an interview. Always remember you're not writing a CV for yourself, you are writing it for your reader. As you write your CV, put yourself in their shoes. Keeps it short, to the point and, above all else, make it interesting.

Due to the high volume of applications they receive, a recruiter will generally spend at most 20 seconds initially reviewing each CV, so it's important to get it right. If you follow the structure outlined above, you're on the right track to presenting the information in a clear, concise and persuasive way.

Things to watch out for 
Time spent making sure your CV is crisp and relevant is always time well spent. There are plenty of simple mistakes that are often overlooked that will turn your readers off before they've gone much further than your name and address.

·         Resist the urge to jazz up your CV with images or color.

·         Steer clear of long paragraphs.

·         Careful use of bold type can be effective, but don't overdo it.

·         Underlining should be reserved for website links only.

·         Use typefaces like ‘Times New Roman' or ‘Arial' - they're easier to read.

·         Avoid using font sizes smaller than 11pt; employers won't strain their eyes to read it.

·         Don't use txt speak and only use abbreviations if they're universally known.

And finally… 
Check for spelling or typographical errors. Any errors are your responsibility and are one of the first things employers use to weed out the weaker candidates. Even if the role you're after doesn't require a high level of literacy, spelling errors scream lack of care, which is an undesirable quality for any recruiter. Don't put all your faith in a spell checker as many are set to American settings as a default. If you're not sure about a word, look it up in a dictionary.

Before you distribute your finished document or upload it to the Internet, get someone to look over it. Professional CV checkers see hundreds of CVs every day and can immediately spot things that may put off a potential employer.

 

 

 

Job Opening For "Fresher SEO Expert" in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

http://in.fulltimejobs.com/jobs/478/147/we-are-looking-to-hire-fresher-seo-expert-trainee--jobs-in-Ahmedabad

Job Opening For "Fresher SEO Expert" in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India

Experience: 0 years

No of Openings: 1

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat

Start Date: 1/16/2014