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I'm new to IT and just college passed out. Whole IT industry is exhausting. Will this will be the same for rest of my life till I work in IT or it changes by coming years..

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If you love your work (along with companies work culture) you won't feel anything :)

There are days I worked 14 hours in beginning of the career, and there are days I worked 1 hour only after gaining 2 years experience

Started my career in 2017 with 20k/month and now at 2.5L/month after 4.5 years and I work only 4 hours on average after switching to a new company

(I have only worked for product based companies, there can be pressure in WITCH companies)
I have no masters (nor MBA) just btech


Name that startup 🥺 I want to join tooooo

See the point is... After a while you will get use to it.


Yes very much true. It will be exhaustive.

Since you are were much early & I think you might not be having much commitments. So I suggest you to work on your skills & try to build something of your own instead of working in some company.


I would suggest to move to UK/US where the work culture is completely different. At least you will have time to live your life.


Thank you.. I am interested in higher studies. Want to do ms in specialisation. Planning for 23 fall

People working in core are working at salaries like 10 to 20k per month, while IT starts at 30k.

Working at MNC or anywhere with low salary shouldn't really be exhaustive. While working for 30LPA would be, but when MBAs who make that much have exhaustive work.

In short, all work is exhaustive. Ensure you are paid the top buck.


Move to Europe man. That's where your really gonna be able to live life.


It never changes, always exhausting. The only thing that changes is with time, you make more money and get used to the routine.


No, it won't be the same. Cherish your struggles. The initial struggles is what makes you stronger later in life.


Yeah it will be same but u can work on your skills building and get something started for urself. Otherwise IT will remain same and will be changing more quickly as AI and ML will be taking space now.

Can I work on skill building when I am in office? My company started a 3-4day in office per week.

Yes and you'll get used to it

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