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Best Suitable Jobs For Women In India

In India there are  half of population are women then why we have very low women participation in working sector. Basic problem is low level of knowledge about women education and suitable future professions .So our team provides a list of best suitable jobs for women in India.

 

1). Journalism / Public Relations

In current environment Women should choose the jobs that require communication, multitask and nurture social and corporate relationships.

The number of Indian women in journalism is very impressive in comparison with male counterparts and this has also helped businesses reach out better to their audience.
Generally women have good communication and explaining skills which is required in journalism and public relations sector.

2). Medicine / Nursing

Nursing and medical has always prefer best job for women. In this sector , very high level of patience and carrying behaviour required and you knows that girls have more patience and carrying nature compare to man .
The nursing & medical profession also provides women more stability and risk-free employment opportunities.
But Medical profession required very long time period for specialisation and you must need your family support because in our country women have very little time to make a bright future .

3).Teaching

Teaching has probably been the first choice of career for the modern Indian women. Teaching is both a safe and respected profession.

Teaching is a profession that would be more acceptable in the still-traditional Indian community. So according to our research teaching is best profession for women in India in village area .

4).Designing

In modern India our country become more Trendy and fashion lover due to this the demand for fashion Designer has increasing gradually . Women are prefer to designing profession because women are more creative and knowledgeable about trending fashions.

Of course, our country have many talented men in fashion industry , but the modern Indian women are now more exposure to careers like fashion designing, jewelry designing, interior designing, graphic designing and similar creative faculties.

Many Indian women have their own clothes boutiques.

5).Social Work / Counseling / HR

On average, women have better communication skills than men. With the benefit of this communication skills, women professionals are often better suited to jobs that required dealing quality with empathetic approach.

Working for an NGO or a psychology counselor, a woman must choose jobs that require empathy and interpersonal communication.

6).Air Hostess / Hospitality

There are growing number of women in India in hospitality field . Women have communication skills but with this they are more glamorous and that is the key point which compulsory in Hospitality and Air hostess professions.

So , if you are wondering to choose a glamorous job then hostess or a hotel receptionist is best job for you.

7).Banking / Insurance

Banking and insurance is one of the most growing sector for the Indian economy. This sector required good communication skills, customer handling skills and a basic knowledge of the industry.

Job in banking sector is also respectable and promising career profession.

We have a example , women like Chanda Kochhar, MD and CEO of ICICI Bank, are being widely recognised for their role in shaping retail banking in India.

8).Sports

In past sports was the domain of men in India. But thanks to some very promising talent , women sports become popular in India . Saina Nehwal , PV Sindhu , Mithali Raj ,Sania Mirza or many more daughters of India make proud of our country and this is the result of their achievements women are also being encouraged to take up sports as a full time profession. In the 2016 Rio Olympics, Indian women were our saving grace, being the only ones to win medals for the Indian contingent.

PV Sindhu became the youngest Indian ever to win an Olympic medal, while female wrestler, Sakshi Malik, picked up a bronze, becoming the first Indian female wrestler to win an Olympic medal.

Report : Ravi Raushan

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