When the admissions are undergoing for the new academic year, every aspiring graduate wants to pick the right course for a lucrative career. While picking the right career option after class 12, a candidate has to think about many things that include the career opportunities after their formal education.
If you are still considering which course to choose for your undergraduate degree, we suggest you consider the disciplines that have a great demand in the job market. The QS Global Employer Survey results will add some interesting points to our discussion regarding the top disciplines that have a great scope. Here are the top five disciplines that employers recruit the most according to the QS Global Employer Survey. Let's explore them.
1. Computer Science And Information Systems
The graduates from the computer science and information system are the most recruited ones according to the survey result. Candidates can pursue computer science or information technology after graduating from high school. Though computer science is usually related to engineering, one can also join the party with the three-year bachelor degree in BCom in computer science.
2. Business And Management Studies
The management studies are also the most popular in the job market. Many candidates who hold a master's in management degree are recruited with a respectable pay structure. One can start pursuing the management studies immediately after qualifying in class 12.
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is the best course to kick-start management studies after class 12. One can also consider pursuing their MBA at the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) after their bachelor's by taking the Common Admission Test (CAT).
3. Accountancy and Finance
Graduates of accounting and finance will find many opportunities in both the public and private sectors to maintain financial accounts. Candidates can start their career in this stream with either a course in accounting or finance. One can opt for the specialised study at the master's level. There are bachelor's degree courses that consist of both accounting and finance.
4. Electrical And Electronic Engineering
Apart from the engineering courses such as computer science and information technology, candidates belonging to the electrical and electronic engineering are also amongst the wishlist of recruiters. Candidates can take up this course after qualifying in the academic entrance examinations such as Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) and others. They have many opportunities in the manufacturing industries.
5. Economics And Econometrics
Economics is a part of the social sciences group. Candidates can take up this course after class 12. According to the survey, recruiters feel that there are many opportunities for the candidates in sectors such as services and manufacturing.