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Got a job offer at Ahmedabad worth INR 15 lac, seeking advice to move back?




We are a small family of 3, with son (10 yrs old). I am working in one of the leading companies in a management position.. Apart from my Engineering degree/MBA from India, I acquired another MBA degree from Canada..Wife is working as an occasional teacher (difficult to get a permanent teacher position here)

Income is not bad.. never went into factory jobs.. always had white collar jobs..Was marketing head in a reputed company while in India..moved nearly 6 yrs back..

Just received offer from a reputed company in Ahmedabad for 15 lacs pa.. seems lucrative, so want to go back..

Can you pl. provide your thoughts??

Thanks


 
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Post ID: 176287 04-12-10 23:37:39
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Gurram
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Stay here, try improve your "not bad" situation and never look back for an employment in India again.

Embrace Canada .... do not make your son's life miserable.


 
Post ID: 176300 05-12-10 16:13:15
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Gurram: I dont think so he want to make his son's life miserable. Actually my son is so excited when he go back home on vacation. But if he get a good offer, why not try his luck instead of discouraging him. He can come back to Canada anytime as long as he has a Canadian passport. And the good point is to be closer to the family, no snow, enjoy the sunny weather.

 
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Originally posted by backtoindia

We are a small family of 3, with son (10 yrs old). I am working in one of the leading companies in a management position.. Apart from my Engineering degree/MBA from India, I acquired another MBA degree from Canada..Wife is working as an occasional teacher (difficult to get a permanent teacher position here)

Income is not bad.. never went into factory jobs.. always had white collar jobs..Was marketing head in a reputed company while in India..moved nearly 6 yrs back..

Just received offer from a reputed company in Ahmedabad for 15 lacs pa.. seems lucrative, so want to go back..

Can you pl. provide your thoughts??

Thanks


Please Go back and accept that job offer- this is the best thing you can do for your family.:cheers:

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Post ID: 176303 05-12-10 17:49:32
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Quote:
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Quote:
Originally posted by backtoindia

We are a small family of 3, with son (10 yrs old). I am working in one of the leading companies in a management position.. Apart from my Engineering degree/MBA from India, I acquired another MBA degree from Canada..Wife is working as an occasional teacher (difficult to get a permanent teacher position here)

Income is not bad.. never went into factory jobs.. always had white collar jobs..Was marketing head in a reputed company while in India..moved nearly 6 yrs back..

Just received offer from a reputed company in Ahmedabad for 15 lacs pa.. seems lucrative, so want to go back..

Can you pl. provide your thoughts??

Thanks


Please Go back and accept that job offer- this is the best thing you can do for your family.:cheers:



Before you go back try to understand the education system in India. First, the compulsory Indian language students have to study. There is no level like Canada. He has to study with other kids who have been studying the language since grade 1. Second, if your child is not an Indian citizen he cannot appear for any competitive Exam. He has to get in through NRI quota, fees for which is much higher than Indian citizens.

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Quote:
Originally posted by backtoindia

We are a small family of 3, with son (10 yrs old). I am working in one of the leading companies in a management position.. Apart from my Engineering degree/MBA from India, I acquired another MBA degree from Canada..Wife is working as an occasional teacher (difficult to get a permanent teacher position here)

Income is not bad.. never went into factory jobs.. always had white collar jobs..Was marketing head in a reputed company while in India..moved nearly 6 yrs back..

Just received offer from a reputed company in Ahmedabad for 15 lacs pa.. seems lucrative, so want to go back..

Can you pl. provide your thoughts??

Thanks



Deciding factor should not be money alone. Inflation is quite high. Also property prices are high, in case you want to buy one which will reduce money in hand significantly.

Also it does not work out for everyone unless you have other strong reasons besides money. Educationwise it will be tough for your son also as he will have a lot of catching up to do as stated by another poster.

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Post ID: 176313 05-12-10 21:38:14
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Hi, M Gupta;

Not long time back, your suggestions to others were to move Saska.. and look forward to brighter future in Canada. Even, I was planning to do that as job situation in widely known Ontario is not good.

I am surprised to see your advise now sending ppl back to India. No more jobs even in saska now? Your love for India (I admire that) has taken a step further.

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Please Go back and accept that job offer- this is the best thing you can do for your family.


 
Post ID: 176316 05-12-10 22:47:29
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Hi, M Gupta;

Not long time back, your suggestions to others were to move Saska.. and look forward to brighter future in Canada. Even, I was planning to do that as job situation in widely known Ontario is not good.

I am surprised to see your advise now sending ppl back to India. No more jobs even in saska now? Your love for India (I admire that) has taken a step further.

Ben
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Please Go back and accept that job offer- this is the best thing you can do for your family.




Saskatchewan is still way better for jobs comp, to ON/BC or any other province.
But I respect the idea if someone decided to go back to his/her homeland.

If someone can't find job in his/her own field in toronto and want live in Canada then it is best idea to move to Saskatchewan.

btw-- going back to India(after getting canadian passport) is not a bad option
Some day I will also go back - like many others:D
::cheers:

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Post ID: 176317 05-12-10 23:20:31
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If you have canadian citizenship it is worth a try
A lot of people are moving to upscale jobs in india. These days it is a global village so you can move anywhere you get a suitable opportunity.
15 lacs in India is a big salary. So I would say if you have Canadian citizenship, then it is worth a try

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I would suggest you to check out with your experience in a specific field and with your qualification, are you getting the right package in India that matches with other with similar experience and qualifications. It is a big decision, do proper homework before making any decision.
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