Rishi Khandelwal states even MBA and Masters of Engineering not able to manage a high salary profile in foreign countries. Rishi Khandelwal boosts those lost souls.
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Rishi Khandelwal boosts many MBA and Masters of Engineering aspirants especially from Asian countries including India weaving dreams to study in Australia. Rishi Khandelwal states that coming from such countries the struggling candidate with comparing campus placements and starting graduate salaries to some prestigious institutes. However, most of the time they might be disappointed to know it does not work like their home country and their $100,000 annual starting salary may remain a dream for quite some time.
In Australia, the higher salaries are reserved for experienced professionals, who have local Australian experience or similar western country experiences such as UK or USA. Brilliance in the academic achievement itself does not help to gain a highly paid skilled job and one has to literally go through the corporate ladder. Rishi Khandelwal states that there might be a problem of being overqualified as well. As a Masters's candidate, you may be applying for a position where your boss only has a Bachelor’s or sometimes no degree but several years of experience.
So how does It work then? Upon graduation, you may be targeting entry level graduate positions in the salary range of $45,000 to $55,000 AUD and it may take you a while to land up in this role. There are no campus placements and you have to find it yourself. The important thing is not to give up looking or trying if you have any interest in working in your field. It is so easy to lose sight of your career goals and take up a survival job to get by and get used to that life. Rishi Khandelwal has personally seen many candidates landing up a job as an Accountant or an IT professional several years after they have graduated from their course.
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