I want to pursue my M.S in electronics in U.S in 2012 and i want to work there as well for at least 3yrs. Is it good leaving to US now?

The job crisis in US is now around for a while and even there are rumors about stopping the funding to students in universities i come a from a middle class family and i got a very good score in gre and got gpa above 3.5/5 so please tell me whether it is good for me to go there and pursue m

0 35 Views | Posted 2011-10-05 15:56:44
Asked by yashwanth

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-12-20 12:50:59
    In the present day scenario, job situation in US is not very promising, due to global economic turmoil and economic recession.How ever if you full fill the eligibility criteria for a particular job, then getting a job should not be a problem
    Please remember US is one of the finest study destination to pursue MS in electronics and related fields. A degree from US universities is world wide acclaimed and acknowledged.
    As there are many national and international companies operating in India, so getting a good job after completing your MS form USA would not be a problem.
    I hope this answers your query.
    If you like this answers, than pleas
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    Govind Sharma HR, startup entrepreneurs, career blogger | Guide-Level 14

    2011-10-05 16:06:40
    Hi, in current financial scenario, it is not advisable. Every country in the world are preferring local for the job. Better you wait and gain work experience and after few year decide to apply for masters there.

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