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Why do doctors work such crazy hours when they should know better than anyone how unhealthy and risky that can be?It is part of their culture, or more correctly, subculture. Watching them closely while making clinical software, I could see they choose to do this to themselves. It is a little point of pride and one more story in the "we're special and different from you" book of M(inor) D(eity). Recall that, preventable medical errors are the 3rd most common cause of death in the US, after heart disease (600,000) and cancer (580,000). Tired, rushed doctors kill *400,000 people per year. Compare that to 88,000 for alcohol, 33,000 for automobiles and 32,000 for firearms. One out of three hospital patients will encounter an error. Imagine if banks or airlines had those error rates. Of the top ten nations with the best medical care, the US is not even on the list, at #11. In that group, we're last in access, least efficient, dead last in equity of care and length of healthy life. We are number 1 in price, paying about double for our poorer care, compared to the top 10 of the UK, Switzerland, Sweden, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, France and Canada, in that order. BTW, the UK, at #1, has about 11,000 deaths per year from preventable medical errors. All of the top nations have universal healthcare systems. All of them. Sadly, here the noisy, under informed rank and file equate national health with communism and so have a visceral negative reaction to the idea. In reality, national health would make our nation more business friendly and attract jobs. Ballooning healthcare costs are a serious burden to companies both large and small. Working to a frequent state of exhaustion, by a group that makes life and death decisions and should certainly know better, is not justifiable. This is one tradition that should go out with blood letting and not washing hands between patients. I've watched a zoned out doctor plug the Insure feeding fluid into a chest drain tube, instead of a feeding tube. This kind of thing is the definition of preventable.*Note, some professional organizations list fatal errors at one tenth to one fifth of this number (44,000 to 98,000) but base their numbers on an automated review of discharge codes. A review of actual patient charts shows many more errors, as indicated by this number.
Do doctors actually read the forms that patients are required to fill out (medical history, known allergies, etc.)?Oh, we read them. We base the start of your plan of care on them. As the nurse doing that, I go over everything. The doctor I work for uses it to be sure he covered everything. It's very common to forget something when you have the doctor in front of you. This is my profession and even I do it. We expect you to forget something.Then it gets scanned into your chart, there, forever. I refer back to those forms if, for example, your labs turn up something life threatening and I can't signNow you. Who was that you listed as an emergency contact? Hope it's legible. Heck, I hope it's filled out! ( If it was entered before my time, it might not be. Now, you can't see the doctor without it filled out.)It's so important my practice asks you to re do them every year. Patients hate it, complain about it, loud! But if I had a dollar for every time I couldn't signNow someone in this day and age of fluid phone numbers, why, I'd have several more dogs and we'd all be living somewhere warmer!And…oh, you have another doctor? We didn't know that. And they prescribed what? Did what tests? We don't know if you don't tell us 99.9% of the time. You would be amazed how many patients don't bother to tell their primary care physician such important things like…they went to the ER, had an MRI, see a cardiologist, and..etc and so on. We don't automatically know. We should, but that's another story.Feel that signNowwork is beneath you? Are you too busy to fill it out? I see that every day too. You know what that tells us? That you don't value this very much. That you are so much more likely to be non compliant, not take meds, no show for appointments, maybe fib a little….a lot… your lifestyle choices….how, if you take your meds. I mean, come on, you can't even follow directions to fill out signNowwork! How do you expect us to take you seriously, when from the very start, you don't offer us the same courtesy.If there are any doctors out there, not reading these things, shame on you. But in 30+ years, I have not seen it. As for the doctor asking you about it, well, mine works very hard to get it right. And even the most earnest patients forget something.
What are the strangest perks of having a PhD?Thanks for the A2A Josh Knight! These are the perks that I think getting a Ph.D. has:They are a rare species - less than 2% of the world’s population has a doctoral degree! (source: Andrew Lee’s answer on Quora)You get paid a salary to get a terminal degree (though not a lot), and your tuition is waived off in most cases - win win!Ph.D.s can teach themselves mostly any new concept, and can also teach others. Learning new things is not an insurmountable task anymore.Going through the arduous process of obtaining a Ph.D. teaches one a lot of patience and perseverance.Things like completing assignments and writing essays seem like a cakewalk and they get annoyed seeing people complain about the same.They get adept at making sense out of things that make no sense.They become experts at functioning under dangerous levels of stress.Handling rejections - they are pros at it as they have faced tons during the process.They know every coffee shop around the block of their university as they have explored them all in order to find inspiration to write, and have failed miserably.They also know every cool place for lunch around their university, as that is their only fun activity with colleagues.They become experts at finding events/locations that are offering free food on any given day.Pretty cool perks, eh![Edits: grammar/spelling as well as point no 1 added after suggestion by my beloved husband who is also getting a Ph.D. :) ]
I am an Indian citizen and living in India, but I'm employed by a US company working remotely from India, earning a salary in USD. What should I know about filing a tax return in India?So even if you are employed by an US company, for the purpose of income tax laws, you are an Indian resident, your global income is taxable in India. To say it in simple terms, it is no different then you being employed by an Indian Company. In case your total income before deduction is above 2.5 lacs, you are required to file an income tax return. The due date for the current year is extended till 31st August otherwise it is normally 31st July of the following year of the financial year. Moreover since the tax might have been deducted by the US company from your salary, you may get a credit for such tax paid by your US employer against your Indian income tax liability. As far as Indian tax liability is concerned, you have to discharge this by way of advance tax in case the credit available in respect of tax deducted by your US employer is not sufficient. In case you have not been able to pay your advance tax, the same can be paid by way of self assessment tax. For delay or default in payment of advance tax, read the below article written by me.What if you have failed to pay advance tax? You can avail other tax deduction under Section 80 C, 80 D, 80 E in case you have taken education loan etc. In case you want to need clarification on any specific issue, please ask specific question as the area of income tax very wide and one is not able to under stand it fully even one signNowes grave.
How can I apply for an internship at IIT Bombay?Full-scale guide to internship ahead. It will take 3 minutes.During my sophomore year( 2nd Year) of studies I did a lot of research on Internships, how to secure it and how to get a sure-shot success.I have compiled all the questions and how to work on themWhy should I do an internship?Ans: No, you don’t need to do one, internship are not burden that you should do. You can go and learn to play guitar, feel free to explore yourself during vacations.Internships are not only in Education, there are a heck lot of internships for Music, NGOs, Tutors, Dance(Yeah you heard it right). Now for all those in colleges( I mean study focused minded people), internships are a must ( yeah you heard me right, it is must- A recent update in rule suggested that you must have 3 internships).P.S. I have still done only one internship and still in search for 2 more (I completed my recent internship from France, CNRS).2. What internship should I do, I am confused?Ans: First of all you need to find your field of interest, it can be anything, yeah anything you like, it doesn’t depend on your course/career but on your interest.I have interest in Machine Learning , Computer Vision and Embedded Systems and I am in Electronics Branch.So, once you know about your field of interest you are perfect to go ahead to search for an internship.How to find my field of interest? Refer here : “How do I find out what my actual area of interest is?”3. Where to search an Internship and how to proceed?Ans: GOOGLE , it’s all.Nothing can help you more than google. Let me be clear, never go for sites like Internshala,Letsintern,InternXXX (I am not devoting this site, these sites have all startups and local companies and jobs that won’t help your enrichment rather will prepare you for 9–5 jobs believe me, I have experience) before searching them on your own.4. What are per-requisites? What should I have? A good SOP? A good CV?Ans: I will focus on basic things to keep in Mind.a. A good balance between CGPA and Skills will help you a lot. Don’t worry,if you don’t have a good CGPA, you must be talented with so many things then( Guitar, Singing, Dance—- yeah buddy you are talented.)b. Your focus in career, I mean what you want to pursue further.Just make a list of 4–5 topics you want to pursue further.c. Compile a list of projects you have done until the time you are going to fill the form.Put all the details about the project, how it works, under whom you have done it, what is its benefit.Projects can be anything: Have you created an applications based on your interest, a cool DIY project, an electronic game, a computer program—it entirely depends on your choice.I created aa TIC TAC TOE game and I quote it in my CV.d. List of your training and online MOOCs, if you did anything.(I am a regular user of Coursera, udemy, udacity, and edx.I keep on learning new things).Just mention these MOOCs and training wherever you get space.If you have certificates, feel free to include their links.e. The workshops, seminars you have attended.Do you know- Your curricular labs may add a lot to your form, but how? Suppose you are interested in Digital Signal Processing, and you attended Digital Signal Processing lab and gained 10/10, Go on quote it in the form.f. A Good Statement of purpose, describing what is your interest.g. A resume for yourself (max 2 pages).5. What is a good Statement of Purpose and How to make it? How to make a good resume?Ans: Follow here: How to write a successful SOP , How to Write a Statement of PurposeRest you can post your questions in comment section for some-specific field in SOP, CV.6. When should I start to search for an Internship for Institute and Well-known Companies?Ans : When Should I Apply for Summer Internships?, Most of the interships application begin from late December till Feb beginning.For institute specific internships, there are two waya) Fill the application form of the Internship Advertisement.b) Mail the professor.The application form is different for different Institute, regarding the mailing procedure - I will like to quote an answer:( Source : Tuhin Kundu answer)While writing a mail to an IIT professor, some blueprints and strategies should be kept in mind:Show your proven academic record. Your chances increase manifold if your CGPA is >9.0 Not to lose hope if you haven’t got it. Neither did I.Showcase the major projects you have undertaken in your undergrad till date.Share links everywhere in your resume and cover letter. Links to your LinkedIn, ResearchGate, Codechef, SPOJ, Github etc are pretty useful.Upload your project reports to a cloud storage such as Google Drive and share the links in your resume.The mail you are going to write is the most critical part and is usually known as a cover letter. Professors are only going to open and see your resume only if your cover letter is strong.Talk about the technologies you’ve learned, the projects you’ve done or are doing, the collaborations you have undertaken with professors at your own college in your cover letter. This section is the one that convinces the professor of your credibility.Avoid attaching your CV in your mail.Upload your CV in Google Drive and share the links. Emails from unknown sources usually end up in Junk folder of university emails.Make sure your email stays at top.Email professors late at night such that your email will be somewhere at the top when the professor logs in into his email account in the morning.Talk about your inclination and motivation to work under a certain area/domain. Convince the professor about why you want to work in that certain field.Repeatedly spamming a professor will be of no good.Filter out the professors who match your research interest. Mailing every single professor of the entire department may result into marking your email address as a spammer by the institute email filter.An example of mail to professor can be:( Source : Rahul Goradia Answer)Subject : Regarding Internship in Embedded SystemRespected Prof.____________Sir/Madam,I am ——- from ——— pursuing ___________ and willing to do internship under ______________ posted on website for duration _____.Sir/Ma’am, You are working in ________ domain and you have carried out ______ projects. You also take interns in embedded Systems.I am wish to start internship under our guidance. My curriculum includes ____ related subjects to embedded system. I have completed __________ projects. I will be available during whole internship and will be very sincere throughout internship. (You can add reference of your faculty as well.)It will be a great pleasure to work under you.Sincerely————.Now let us focus on my IIT Bombay Internship.Actually I received internship offer from IIT Bombay, IIT Gandhinagar and IIIT-Delhi in my 2nd Year.Focusing on IIT Bombay Internship.The IIT Bombay has two ways of internship1) Ekalavya Internship Program **EKALAVYA HOME Page (EKALAVYA HOME Page)2) By mailing to the professor of your field of interest.Let me describe both one by one and all things which you requireThe Ekalavy internship mentioned : Apply for the internship only if you are completing the 3rd year in April/May 2017. Students completing 2nd year, with exceptional academic performance and other achievements may also be considered.The procedure for ekalavya internship,a) Apply for the internship.b) If you get selected for the first round.Then wait my friend , there is one round more.c) The second round is an Online Test, I was guided a lot by my seniors for the test, they helped me a lot for the test preparation.d) If you clear the online test( which has medium difficulty), congo you got selected.In order to get an internship by emailing the professor, you can look on etiquettes on how to mail a prof., how to search for one, how to get in touch.I will add links to the mailing etiquettes soon.I will edit more details soon, rest you can comment on specific topics which you want to know about, I will be happy to help.I am a student majoring in Electronics and Communication branch.Also, let me add, your present college won’t stop you from getting an Intern anywhere ( A motivation for you).Edit 1:The Art of Emailing Professors to Secure a Foreign Internship ( Source : Internshala )Email is the most under-rated, under-used tool for grabbing an internship abroad. Read all about how to utilize it effectively!There are two definitive ways to bag an internship-1. Apply to various internship programs such as MITACS, DAAD-WISE, etc. Fill up your application form in the fanciest way possible and leave the rest up to fate.OR2. Write an email to a professor as a prospective intern/student.The latter might sound easier than it reads.Being resilient: Professors are busy people. Do not lose hope if your first, second or even third email goes unanswered. You have to be resilient while contacting professors.Timing matters: The time you send out your mail matters more than you think. Never email a professor during the weekends or Friday night; that might be a convenient time for you to email the professor but it is also the professor’s day off and your mail will get buried under the numerous other student’s applications. Professors tend to check their mail during their office hours thus increasing chances of a reply if sent out at such a time.Whom not to contact: It is advisable not to contact more than one professor from the same department as, if found out, it will dampen your credibility in the eyes of both professors.Be specific: I cannot stress on this point enough. In the subject heading of email, be sure to include the specific area you want to intern in. The professor shouldn’t have to scour through the email to search for what you want . If you want to do a research project under him/her, a subject line such as ‘2015 Prospective Research Intern for xyz subject area’ would be ideal.Funding: Most professors are reluctant to provide funding and understandably so; you are an unknown candidate with only words to prove your credibility. Typing out a politely worded, technical email will help your chances. Make sure there are no grammatical errors. If you are good at academia with prior work experience pertaining to their field, then getting funded becomes much easier.The email is all about you being a student that the professor absolutely HAS to offer a position. The real question you should ask yourself is: What can I do to make the professor respond to my mail instead of ten dozen others lying in his/her inbox? Here’s what-Start Early: Consider this. You contact professors in October for an internship that starts in January. Provided one responds, confirmation of a project takes time. There are official procedures to be considered, especially if it’s a funded project. Then there might be a matter of VISA which needs a few weeks at the least. In the end, you might find yourself racing against time to get the confirmation.TIP: If you want an internship offer by January of next year, you should start with your research six months ahead. Keep in mind the vacation timings for the countries you are targeting because most professors will have their automatic vacation responders on during these months. By the time they read their mail, yours will be more than twenty thousand leagues under all other emails.Target the right country: If you desire an international internship, you have to be smart while choosing universities. Some professors just don’t have the funds to admit you. So what’s the point in setting up base camp there?TIP: At the outset, select countries which are known to provide funding to students. For example, news and statistics show that of late, Canada is an emerging tycoon in the education sector and is allocating massive funds to projects. So it could very well be your next destination.Spam emails: Most emails from unknown addresses are flagged as spam and don’t even signNow the inbox. Professors also can’t be sure whether you are truly a student or a fake.TIP: One smart preventive measure would be to use your university email ID which identifies your first and last name and also has something like ‘@iitg’ or some such credible ending. This validates both points at once.Bulk emails: A lot of students have a huge list of professors and play chance with their emails. Writing a bulk email with a set format to all professors will only result in immediate deletion from inbox.TIP: Spell the professor’s name correctly. Get the honorifics right- Professors are usually ‘Dr.’. Salutations such as ‘Dear Dr.X’ or simply ‘Dr.X’ should be used. Write about what interests you in their body of work.Do your homework: Professing interest in someone’s work by saying ‘I would be really enthused to work under you’ has absolutely no bearing unless you give evidence to support it.TIP: Run through the body of work the professor has done, select one publication or project that overlaps with your interest and READ IT. Come up with some interesting insight or query about it. Don’t be vague, use technical words. Try to add your own ideas. Nothing proves your interest more than actually doing your homework.I recently bagged my Latest 2018 Summer Internship in “France- Paris ,Lille”.I will love to share it’s detail along with 30+ Internships that a “first year student too can fill and achieve”.Meanwhile, you can ping me on Facebook or ask your questions in the comment section for any help.(facebook : Animesh Srivastava ).Thanks for all the sources:https://blog.internshala.com/201...Tuhin KunduRahul GarodiaHappy to help you all ! Cheers for an amazing life.
What is a unique job that you've only seen in your country?I'm not sure if this would qualify as unique to my country.. But, its certainly unique to my place. I belong to Mumbai, India and the unique job that doesn't exist anywhere else in the world, but Mumbai would be hands down that of the "Mumbai Dabbawalas".A 'Dabbawala' is a person carrying a lunch box. Since the common man in Mumbai prefers to eat home-made food rather than outside food, these dabbawalas collect freshly made food in lunch boxes from the residence of their customers and deliver them to their respective customer's office. The most unique thing I find in these Dabbawalas is that most of them are not well educated (The average literacy rate of Dabbawalas is 8th grade). Hence, it is pretty obvious that none of them know any management theory. Yet, every person receives their own lunch box every day and no lunch box ever gets exchanged. This is governed through a unique coding system developed by the Dabbawalas. There is a distinguished mark (symbol) on every lunch box that ensures its delivery to the right person. Management:Dabbawalas move through the Mumbai traffic and up and down the multi-storied buildings every day to collect lunch boxes. They carry about 30-40 lunch boxes on thier bicycle at a time. Then, they signNow the nearest railway station, where they gather to sort the boxes as per their destination according to the coding system. These boxes are then carried by different Dabbawalas travelling to different parts of the city via Mumbai local trains. They carry immense weight on their head since each crate carries about 60 lunch boxes. They move through the Mumbai traffic, the crowded platforms and in the jam packed local trains in extreme heat, rain and cold. Oh, I almost forgot! This is not over yet. These dabbawalas go through the same process again to take the lunch boxes from offices to their respective residences before 6 pm. Its a 9 hour work-cycle. They have done this for past 125 years, not stopping even for a day until in 2011, when they went on a strike to support Anna Hazare in his campaign against corruption.Its a great example of teamwork. The entire system runs on trust and goodwill. Sources: Dabbawala, Mumbai Dabbawala, A day in the Life of Dabbawala!
Which are the most underrated professions in India?Traffic Constable or Constable of Police force.They comprise of 92% of the total workforce of Police.Pay and perks :There salary is hardly 25K - 30K monthly. With this salary they have to educate their children, run their homes, save for future, etc.Job duty:No fixed hours, but 10–12 hours of daily duty in scorching heat, heavy rains, humid climate and what not.Their duty hours can be extended in festivals and it tends to become a 24*7 job.Accommodation:Being a govt. servant and may be lowest in the hierarchy he/she gets worst of the accommodation in the govt. quarters.SRPF Const. quarters. Source - Indian express.Health:Many of them are suffering from diabetes even before they touch the age of 50.Some people also suffer from mental illnesses and depression from the pressure of work, seniors, politicians.Suicide rate is increasing at an alarming rate.Respect:Zero. They are hardly respected anywhere, we people call them thulla/mamu. No matter the const. is honest or corrupt. We tend to generalise things and see the picture from one lens only.Who made them corrupt?We did, this system did. 99% of the people want to get away by paying ₹100-₹200. Doesn’t this practice make you corrupt too? Have you never broken any traffic rules and try to get away with it? Are you honestly paying your taxes to the govt. ? ( because, statistics shows us a different picture).These are the men in uniform, who are under-paid, under-equipped, overworked, exploited.Not every Constable is corrupt, many are doing their duty with utmost sincerity and dedication.Showing you other side of the coin:Constable Kamal DasConstable Kamal Das of Kolkata, posted at Tiljala Police Station, recently went out of his way to help three men who were stuck at E.M. Bypass with a broken car at 3 am. When the trio met Constable Das, he instantly started his bike, asked one of them to sit on the rear seat, and went looking for a mechanic. He even paid the mechanic when the men fell short of some money.Constable Manoj BarahateManoj Barahate, a 24-year-old policeman from the Wardha district in Maharashtra, did not think of his own life before diving off a 20-feet high bridge to save the life of a man who had jumped into the water. He was on duty at the Kumbh Mela in Nashik when he saw a man standing on the Amardham bridge. The man suddenly jumped and Manoj followed. Had it not been for this quick thinking brave cop, the man would have lost his life.Before we point our fingers on them, we should always look in their lives and struggles.It is high time, we need Police Reforms now. The current policing structure is there since 1800s from British era.For more information - Watch Satyamev Jayate on Police.
What is the most Indian thing ever?CUT 1: A scene at a restaurantI extend my hand to get the cheque and he hurriedly says, “Mam, feedback, please!”. The restaurant manager non-chalantly slips a nicely tucked in feedback form on a pad and smiles at me and asks me to rate our experience of eating at the restaurant and ceremoniously hands over the cheque to my “male” friend as he is “supposed” to pay for the lovely meal we just had.I ask him to hand over the cheque to me and he looks amusingly at me.Number 1 “Most Indian Thing Ever”: Why can’t women “pay” a cheque?CUT 2: I am working on my laptop at homeMy iphone rings in its customary standard ringtone. I pick up the phone.Me: “Hello”.Woman on the other side: “Hello Mam. This is Meena calling from XYZ bank. Can I speak to “MRS” Neha Agarwal?I am like this:Number 2 “Most Indian Thing Ever”: Any woman you speak to is “supposed” to be addressed as “Mrs”!CUT 3: A scene at my local doctor’s clinic at the lobby receptionist's counterI get out of the doctor’s cabin and head straight to the receptionist to make the payment for the doctor’s fees and collect my receipt (Super important as I need it for tax purposes later). I ask her to make the receipt after payment. She is already unhappy with me because she has to make the effort of writing a receipt. Hurridly she writes down the date of the appointment and asks for my name.Me: “Neha Agarwal”.Receptionist starts with writing “Mrs.” Neha A….I am like this:She will never ever do me favors to find me a last minute appointment from a super busy schedule of the doctor.Number 3 “Most Indian Thing Ever”: All seemingly mature women are married in India!CUT 3: A scene at a Bank’s branch couple of years back.I walk into the branch and ask for a relationship manager. I am directed towards a man sat behind a table. I go and sit right opposite to him.Me: “I want to open a bank account.”Relationship Manager: “Sure mam, will this be a savings account?”Me: “Yes please”.Relationship Manager pulls out a form and starts writing on my behalf.Relationship Manager: “Mam, what is your husband’s name?”Me: “Why would you need that?”Relationship Manager: “Mam, in our forms, we have to put your middle name as your husband’s or father’s name.”I am like this:Number 3 “Most Indian Thing Ever”: An independent girl/woman cannot open an account in her “own” name!Cut 4: A scene at the builder’s office where I am along with my father to discuss a deal to buy a home for “MYSELF”.Me: “So, I like unit number 23. What is the process of buying a flat? Can you give me more details”?My father is sat beside me.Relationship manager looks at my father ignoring my presence completely: Sir, the unit costs Rs “XYZ” per square feet. Here are the map and size details of the flat. This flat is about XYZ square feet. So, the total cost would be….”Number 4 “Most Indian Thing Ever”: A woman cannot make a decision of making an investment of her own money.
What is your salary? Are you happy with it?32, Female, Indian living in U.S.A, Educational qualification Masters.I started working in India when I was around 26. My annual salary was around 2 lakhs. I was super happy with the salary as I did not have any responsibilities and used to spent all of money without worrying about saving.After 2 years I got married and came to the U.S. After 6 months life turned out to be horrible as I was not allowed to work because of my dependent visa. After spending months being depressed I realized that the only way to get out of this mess to do something about it. All my friends and advisers asked me to study but the thought of spending another 50 lakh for a decorative masters did not make sense to me. There were others, especially relatives who talked to me about having babies but I was not ready to have kids when I myself was struggling to figure out who I am. Finally I started working towards pulling my life together.The first thing I did was to contact companies/CEOs/HRs asking for internships. When I say contact it involved emailing and cold calling people every hour of the day for about 3 months. It became my obsession. I had only one aim in my life and that was to build a career.For 3 months I never got any positive reply. I was heartbroken and started applying for Masters program. I was a topper back in India and hopeful that I would get some scholarship which would save me from my paying lakhs for getting into the Masters program. I cleared the tests and interviews but luck wasn’t with me this time too. I was denied a seat stating that I am ‘overqualified’ for the program since I already have a Masters.So I was back to square one, applying for random internships but this time I applied as a volunteer. Finally after around a month of constant applications I got one positive reply asking to appear for an interview. I was on cloud nine as this was one of the premier institutes and I had one chance to set everything right. I sat awake at night leaning and refreshing and long story short I was offered a voluntary position.My time volunteering was filled with hardships; I had no car. I used to spend almost 3 hours commuting every day just to work for free. On the top of everything my supervisor was extremely rude and unkind. It took a toll on me morally but I knew this was my only option. I cried to sleep several days but I was ready to volunteer the next day because anything was better than nothing.Long story short, I volunteered for an year and by the time I had got my work permit. As soon as I got the permit I got a permanent position at the same company but I was not satisfied. I was on fire. I had just one aim in my life and that was to get myself into the best position I could possibly achieve.In two years I jumped 3 companies, each time getting better positions and salary. I still was not satisfied. I wanted to get into the so called Google/Facebook kind of companies in my field. When I was working at my 3rd company I started my own start up only for the sole reason of making my CV more attractive. Finally, I was offered a contracting position at my dream company. To my surprise, I was still not satisfied. I still remember applying to more jobs on the day of receiving my offer letter. For me a permanent position at ‘google’ was better than a contracting position at ‘facebook’ or vice versa even though that would mean more applications and more interviews. Finally after 6 months, I got the a permanent job offer from my dream company.As of last week, I finished 1 year at my dream job and it is worth every struggle I have gone through. This is my sixth year in U.S and I am finally enjoying the fruit of 5 years of my hard work.From 2 lakhs per annum, my salary increased to almost 90 lakhs per annum. It never makes sense to convert dollars to rupees when you talk about salary because that is not how it works. Still secretly I do it just to appreciate what I have and to give a little pat on my back.This answer could have been written in one sentence but the whole point of writing the entire history is to make myself and everyone else (if I may) remind one fact of life. No matter how much hopeless your situation is, no matter if no one believes in you, no matter you get rejections after rejections, one day the stars will align for you. We just need to hold on till then.Thank you for reading. I hope you all have a great 2019!Edit: Thank you for all the love. Editing my answer to add a few clarifications based on the comments.For those of you saying this is a fake story, neither do I gain anything by cooking up a fake story nor do I have the time for it.Many are surprised by the ‘2 lakh per annum for a topper’ situation. Even though it sounds terrible, a lot of jobs start with less than 5 lakhs per annum whether you are a topper or not.Now coming to the last and interesting edit :) A few of you commented saying that I married an ‘NRI guy’ to take the easy way out and the entire situation is my own fault. Firstly I completely agree that I married an ‘NRI guy’ with a purpose. In fact I was so adamant about marrying an ‘NRI guy’ that I considered only guys working abroad as potential candidates when it came to my arranged marriage. You see, I was brought up in a small town in India and later on went to one of the metros for my Bachelors and Masters. I worked in another Metro after my studies. So between work and studies let’s just say I spent years living in different states. There was one thing which was common across all the places: Getting molested. It ranged from just pulling the hair to catcalling to groping to chasing in bikes. I do not know how many times but all I know is that it’s more than I care to count. I wish I could say that I was this drop dead gorgeous girl that and guys couldn’t just control their emotions. But this was not just me, all my friends, colleagues, all the women I have met in my life had similar stories to tell. In fact it was so common for all of us that we accepted it as a normal way of life. So by the time it was time for me to get married, sure I took the easy way out to get out from the deplorable state I was in. I wanted freedom, I wanted to watch a movie without scanning around every 5 mins, I wanted to roam freely in the night, I wanted to live without constantly thinking about who is going to touch me next. Also, I always see people very eagerly tagging women as ‘gold diggers’ for marrying the so called NRI guys but do you all think it’s as easy as wishing for an NRI groom and he magically appears on a white horse? We ‘gold diggers’ have to be fair skinned, look beautiful, come with a price tag and lots more. So let’s all reserve our name calling when it comes to arrange marriages. There is a reason why it is called ‘arranged’. So was it worth it? Last week I wasn’t feeling sleepy, so took my car, drove to the nearby ice cream shop around midnight got an ice cream, roamed a bit in the downtown without even thinking about a possible molester and signNowed home around 1am. So hell yeah, it was worth it. Having said this, there are many strong women who work hard to get out of these situation and not take the ‘easy way out’. I admire them and I respect them. However, this is what I chose to do and I stand by it.
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