How To Negotiate A Raise, According To Science

– What’s the best way to get a raise? You can take on extra projects. or work weekends, or volunteer to host a video series. Or you could use science. (bouncy music) Everybody wants a raise. But before you find yourself
at the negotiating table, it helps to understand how
people process information. Our brains are wired to work
quickly and efficiently, but sometimes that means
they take shortcuts that can lead to irrational decisions. These shortcuts are
called cognitive biases, and there are literally hundreds of them. But when it comes to
getting ahead at work, three are really important. First, there is the Halo Effect. (heavenly music) When we like someone, we tend to judge everything they do more favorably, even when they screw up. So be friendly, because
there are worst things in the world than having
a boss who sees everything you do in a positive light. (babbling water) Next, there’s the Sunk Cost Fallacy. This is the mistaken idea that if we’ve already put a lot of time or energy into something, we should stick with it,
even if it’s not working. A lot of people are
hesitant to leave bad jobs they’ve had for a long time because they feel they’d
be throwing away years of work for nothing. If you’re willing to walk away from a bad situation, though, you’re negotiating from
a position of strength. And finally, there’s Anchoring Bias. This is our tendency to rely too heavily on the first piece of
information provided, regardless of whether it’s
correct, or even relevant. It can be scary to throw
out the first number when it comes to salary. But it can actually
work to your advantage. So go ahead and dramatically slide that folded piece of paper across the desk with your desired salary on it. Even if you don’t get
exactly what you’d asked for, anything they offer you will
subconsciously be compared to your initial request,
giving you a leg-up in the negotiation. Plus, you’ll kind of look
like a bad-ass doing it. (upbeat music)

Should We Pay People to Move to Mars? (feat. Nasa)

– Woo, howdy, partner! Hop on board, we’re headin’
out to settle the frontier except this time, the frontier is on another planet.
(mellow twang music) Okay, don’t panic. I’m not really on Mars. Plus. This thing smells funny. (sighs) The point is that
according to the Mars Society, Earth is old news. The real party is here
on the Red Planet, baby! So if our species is
truly going to be in it for the long haul, we gotta
figure out how to live in places like here,
but are you interested? How much longer until we’re
not a single planet species? – Well, I hope that we can
get to Mars in my life time. (mellow music) We’re looking to be in the 2030’s to start the Mars missions timeframe. – That’s Marshall Smith,
and he’s the head director of Human Lunar Exploration
Programs at NASA. His job is to lead the
teams that are working to get humans to the moon by 2024, and then to Mars in the 2030’s. What is moon to Mars,
and why have these plans been expedited?
– This has been in our long term plan for quite awhile. We had a plan that was
to get us to the surface of the moon in ’28, we’ve
accelerated it to ’24. – So NASA’s plan to get back to the moon has been accelerated to 2024
by the order of the President, and from there, they’ll develop
sustainable human presence on the moon by 2028. So in 10 years, when
you look up at the moon, there will be people living there. And after all of that, the
infrastructure developed from these trips will
help NASA get to Mars in our very near future.
– We did Apollo in nine years. And that would probably not have happened if we didn’t have that
commitment from the President and the administration. We’ve got that same commitment
now from the President and the administration to
go forward and expedite, and let’s take the next step.
– Okay, let’s put this into perspective, a trip to the moon could take up to three
days while a trip to Mars can take up to a few months. And the full journey could take astronauts a full three years before
they get back home. A few years ago, the Mars
One Project made news by creating sort of a reality show that planned very literally
to establish a Mars colony by 2032, the only catch
for the participants? It was gonna be a one-way ticket, and once you got there,
it was pretty certain that something at some
point was going to kill you. And probably in a pretty awful way. It’s an interesting idea. Let’s find some brave
pioneers who are willing to take the greatest of all risks. The question is how do you motivate people to make that kind of leap? Well, last time we did
something like this, it was pretty simple. We paid them. A few hundred years ago,
the American frontier wasn’t that different from Mars. It was rugged, it was unpredictable, and there were plenty of
things that could kill you. (upbeat music) (mellow music) – But here’s the key. For the government, it
was essential that lots and lots of people take the risk. So they had to figure
out what sort of award was worth this risk. – The United States government
gave away free or cheap land to encourage settlers to
move and set up homesteads out in the West. Now, we’d be remiss if we didn’t bring up that colonization is a
continually dark chapter in the history of indigenous peoples, from which European
settlers have profited. Mars, as you can guess, is
probably a tougher sell. Farmland? Nope, not yet. Religious freedom? I guess, maybe, if you find a way to build a Mars church or something. And a chance to live however you want. Sure, just don’t take off your helmet or forget to clean your
carbon dioxide scrubbers three times a day. All I’m say is that it’s probably going to take more incentives
than it did last time. Could you see that happening with Mars? In an advent where it’s
like, hey nobody really wants to go out there, potential
death could happen at any point in time. Could you see people
getting large sums of money to possibly go out to Mars to inhabit it? – And you say it’s part of
NASA’s spirit to explore. If Mars is an inhabitable planet, at one point do you
believe, in your opinion, that it would turn from exploration to potential colonization or civilization in NASA’s mission, or would
that never be NASA’s mission and that would take some
outside type of entity to make that happen?
– I don’t know the answer to that question, it’s
a good policy question for people above my pay
grade, but I could tell you that those are the things
that we think about. What are the next steps?
– But NASA doesn’t like using the word colonization. They’re not looking into a
continuous human presence in deep space, but they
are interested in building an infrastructure for private companies to enter into that field. They described it like
building the railroads for settlers to move out West. For you and NASA, what
are we hoping to learn or get out of going to
Mars, like what is the point of the journey?
– We know that there’s flowing water on Mars, we’ve
seen it, we’ve documented it. There are things like Mars quakes. We understand in the geology of Mars as Mars is a planet that was, we think, maybe Earth-like some long time ago. And so, studying that might help us understand the future of Earth. – There’s one other
historical parallel we need to consider here, the last
time there was this much land settled in our country, there
were major players involved, including Britain,
France, Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands. And as we know, to the
winner went the spoils. Today, there’s a similarly
complicated power struggle forming in space, with
China, Russia, India, Israel, not to mention the private sector. All doing what they can to
claim a piece of the pie. Last time, the winner would
get to become the ruler of the free world. Tomorrow, maybe the winner will become ruler of the free solar system. – We’ve definitely been working closely with our international partners. Matter of fact, I have a meeting today with a country that’s coming up that wants to participate in this endeavor, I know somebody that says if
you wanna go fast, go alone. If you wanna go far, go together. – So this is a lot different
than the Space Race? – Well, 50 years ago, we were
in a race with the Russians, and now they’re one of our partners on the International Space Station, and as we move forward, we’re
in discussions with them about how they want to participate
in how we move forward. So yeah, so it’s definitely
a different flavor. – The real question is
beyond the dollars and cents, is it worth it? There was a time when
the American experiment depended on lots of
fresh blood and muscle. The argument today is
that our collective future may depend on a new type of expansion between overpopulation, climate change, and maybe simply running
out of space on Earth. So if we don’t figure it out,
this old dog and pony show known as humanity, it’s all for nothing. Though it may not be part
of NASA’s current mission, is it important for humans to be able to live on other planets?
– I personally think so. I read a lot of science fiction,
mainly because I like it, but I see these civilizations that are multi-planet civilizations and I think, if we’re
gonna always be on Earth, I think Earth has got its set
of resources and that’s it. Other planets have other resources. To me, today, we’re taking the baby steps, the initial steps, to
expand our human presence beyond the Earth permanently,
and where’s that leave us? Do we go to the asteroids next? Do we go to planets surrounding Jupiter? Those are the kinds of
things that I think we need to take the steps for today
to make happen in the future. – So here we are. Potentially, there’s a
future where we’ll need to pay people to rocket
off to their deaths, or maybe, just maybe, to rocket off to something
closer to a Utopian, science fiction wonderland
where the future really is limitless. And that’s why we wanna hear from you. If America was ours to make today, would we consider paying the
families of Mars colonists, and how much should we pay them? Or is this all nonsense? Let us know.
(trippy music) PBS is bringing you the
universe with Summer of Space, which includes six incredible
new science and history shows streaming on
and the PBS Video app. Along with lots of spacey episodes from PBS Digital Studios creators. Follow me over to Reactions to check out their Summer of Space episode on what the moon smells like. Woo-hoo! (Toussaint mumbles) Cheese and rice. (Toussaint clears throat)
(Toussaint sighs) Woo, howdy, partner! (bright music)

Civ 5 in 6.5 Mins: Russia’s Rampage – Occupation of Palenque – Civilization V Summary

Russia on a random map! Hello Katy Perry Moscow is rather unexciting Southern Maya! Tradition tree taken Lower tiers are best Horses are our friend Also settle a Mount Ruble to the west There it is Warrior makes a wall. Hundreds of horsemen! Intimidate the enemy A horse wall Finish this tree Russian barracks are special I will not make it easy for the Maya At least occupy the land Battle begins Lots of smoke Pillage Palenque Smash this and that And we’ll just build walls Occupy Palenque Archers can upgrade Perfect place for horsemen to wait Trade is good National College – I hope I don’t forget to
get it built I think I’ll just keep soldiers down there Palenque doesn’t deserve trade anyway Commerce for cash I caught a sneaky Settler Notre Dame in just over 20 turns, can it be
done They don’t need resources anyway Give me your gold and I’ll let you go Building stuff! Workshop to build stuff faster! So many workshops Why not another wonder? Settler will get the furs Internal trade! Cheaper stuff Custom barracks again More culture! Fur Town Hey… you are trouble waiting to happen And the Maya live under smoke Take advantage of the river Give me ALL your money! Maybe I’ll take out the city Angkor Wat so we can express ourselves University time Hey Denmark, Palenque’s already pillaged Harboriffic Such a beautiful southern smoke, I don’t think
I’ll ever leave Palenque Hey the whole ocean is accessible now! Commerce tree, commerce tree! Just occupying Mosques! Golden Ages! Entrepreneurship for money More mosques Production is key Any trade is good actually A happy little empire Worker can chop down some jungle Goodbye science Hello science of my own! Ya, that jungle was really ugly Boom more Golden Age Commerce complete My expansion postponed the National College
a bit The Maya aren’t pleased Claimed some coal That Great Engineer is gonna die I can purchase these guys Pew pew The Citadel looks really nice there actually Maybe peace… Freedom and two free tenets! Another mosque! Longer Golden ages… ya! A Great General? Better kill it Y-Town is rather nice too actually Science boost! Different kind of science boost! Golden Age Please… this is about to get
serious We’ve taken most of our landmass And that land mass too… should settle those
furs though 300 bucks, why not Free tech! Mosque-tastic Fur Town 2.0. No one gets furs but me. Little Russia We have hospitals too Better participate in the non-Olympics Oh great! Luckily Moscow has a lagoon I just want peace! Brandenburg hurried with a Great Engineer?
YA They are mad at my Mayan occupation Various build projects during the war Pew pew pew Tourism is tops These places aren’t really defended But the action is all north anyway Wild barbarians appear! Submarine solution Arsenalize So much boat fights My subs are strong They win every time I don’t have cash to buy ’em protection I wanted to be 1st Now I need a legion There, protect Rostov, ignore Fur Town number
1 My archaeologist was removed from the site Subs could do something! Like destroy a scary boat Research Labs! Protect Fur Town 2.0 I miss occupying Palenque Submarine warfare But… peace! Subs stand together Multiple museums soon Vital subs Maya better stay back Well this is great Just fighting back and forth Get the science in order BOMB Research labs, it’s space time Uh oh We lost a town! We’ll probably lose another Soldiers stay where they are Goodbye Rostov Science science science Increase city strength – take that Carthage Little Russia is also undefended Moscow IS defended So is N-ville We’ll wait it out Workers working’ Hurry the Sydney Opera House Carthage is destroying our oil wells Red arrow of death! CN Tower… Ontariariario Carthage wants Little Russia So much text Goodbye other city You ain’t getting my harbour! I didn’t wanna live down there anyway Golden Age for our three-city empire! Scary boats! We can survive! Railroad in 5 The armada is back Time to be Rational Guns guns gun Subs subs subs Yay negotiations! Never forget faithful engineers! Peace means prosperity! Work boats! Carthage and the Maya are fighting while I
research Humanists! Buying airports keeps tourism under control Lots of airports! So many airports Two turns ’til rockets Peace means not much happens Cockpit to start Hubble Telescope would be useful Golden Age please Tons of science! One turn ’til a telescope Buy boosters! Import one from St. Petersburg So much space ship Particle Physics leads to an engine! One piece to go! Let’s get a culture boost Science gold science Research those last few techs! Please no one attack me! Protect a bit just in case Finish the tree! Finish the tree! Faithful scientist too Nanotech is no problem Last piece! I’m gonna win, I’m gonna win I won! Blast off

Is this Video from a Wuhan Market? | China || Factly

A video of an animal market is being shared
on social media platforms with the claim that it shows a market in Wuhan, China, the suspected
place of origin of the Coronavirus outbreak. At the beginning of the video, one can see
the words ‘Pasar EXTREME Langowan’, which translates to ‘Market Extreme Langowan’. When you conduct a Google search with these
words, you will find many similar videos in the search results. In fact, one user uploaded the exact same
video on YouTube in December 2019 with the title, ‘VIRALL Pasar EXTREME Langowan INDONESIA’. So, when you look up Langowan market in Indonesia,
you will find images and videos that show a place very similar to the one in the video. All this means that the video is from a market
in Indonesia and has no connection to Wuhan in China, making this post fake.

How Do Pregnancy Tests Work?

This video is dedicated to all the women out
there who are late and ready to know the truth. Whether it was planned or not, the only way
to know before the old fashioned way is by using a take home chemistry kit that you know
as a pregnancy test. But how does a little strip of paper and a
few drops of urine  tell you whether or not you’ve got a bun in the oven? Let’s find out. (Splash)
When a woman becomes pregnant, hormones start sending chemical signals to prep the body
for the tiny person who will be taking up a nine month residency inside. One of the first hormones produced is human
chorionic gonadotropin, or hCG for short, and this is what pregnancy sticks are designed
to detect. Pregnancy tests have three main sections:
the place to pee on, the place where the main chemistry happens, and a control to make sure
you can be confident in the results. There’s some pretty tricky chemistry that
goes on during the test, so what we’re going to do is show you both a positive test (test1)
and a negative test (test 2) side by side for comparison. After pee is applied to the first part of
the test stick, capillary action causes it to slowly flow through to the other end. First it passes through a thin strip loaded
with mobile antibodies that are taken up by the pee, and are designed to bind to hCG. These antibodies are also equipped with a
special piece of cargo that’s put to use later on in the test, but we’ll come back
to that later. If hCG is present like in test 1, the antibodies
start binding to it, and move through the test as a unit – unlike in test 2, where the
antibodies move through on their own. At this point, you can’t actually see anything
happening. But that’s about to change as the pee flows
to the next section, which we here at Reactions like to call the antibody test-forest. Each individual tree in the test-forest is
an antibody rooted in place that’s specially designed to grab onto a different part of
the hCG. So when the pee in test one passes through,
the hCG-antibody pairs get trapped in the branches of the test forest, where that extra
piece of cargo comes into play. And as more and more hCG-antibody pairs get
stuck in the forest and begin building up, that dye becomes more and more visible to
the naked eye. And that’s the blue line you see if you’re
pregnant. –  The urine in test 2 on the other hand,
with solo mobile antibodies in it, flows right through the test-forest undetected. But that leaves test 2 a bit high dry, don’t
you think? How can they be sure that say, their test
strip wasn’t ripped, cutting off the urine from reaching the antibody forest, or that
the mobile antibodies really were taken up by the pee? For this reason, manufacturers add a control
— another antibody forest downstream from the first one, that we’ll call the control-forest. The control-forest is exactly like the test-forest,
except instead of having antibodies designed to detect hCG, they’re actually designed
to detect the mobile antibodies! So in both test one and test two, the branches
of the control-forest grab onto the mobile antibodies. As they build up the dye on the special cargo
becomes visible, and the control line appears. All functional pregnancy test should have
the control line appear. If it doesn’t, it means something messed
up the test result, and you’ll have to try again. If both lines light up, there is a 99%+ chance
you’re pregnant. If you think you’re pregnant but the test
is negative, wait a few days and try again. We here at Reactions want to wish a happy
mother’s day out there to all those incredible women who got the blue line, and brought us
into this wonderful, chemistry filled world. We want to see some love for moms down below
people, don’t be shy! Thanks for watching.

Learn about the office of Research Integrity and Compliance Review

hi my name is Dr. Karen Dobos I’m the
director for the Office of Research
Integrity and Compliance Review at Colorado State University affectionately known as RICRO and at RICRO we
support your research by helping with the facilitation of human subjects
research, animal research, bio-safety research in conjunction and cooperation
with the office of biosafety, we support your research by offering responsible
conduct of research education whether it’s required or just sought as part of
an advancement in training program we also support the research culture by
identifying conflict of interest when you reach out for help when you ask for
support when you need to talk to somebody about something that doesn’t
feel right something that’s gritty or icky we have an amazing support staff
that’s willing to take the time and listen and really work with you to help
identify solutions to further advance our culture

Who Pays For Science?

When you watch DNews, or other awesome science
shows, people say: “this paper,” “a new study,” “researchers,” or “a team from” — but how
much money do we have to spend to get that science? Sup nerds, Trace here for DNews. Science and
money have always had a contentious relationship. Alexander Graham Bell borrowed money from
the parents of a wealthy student to help create the “harmonic telegraph.” Science needs capital,
which can often mean a trip to the capitOl. But, c’mon, who really PAYS for science? First, how much are we talking? It depends
on your lab, the university or company, the type of science! Getting telescope time is
not the same as finding and tracking thousands of participants for a 10-year study… BUT
here’s one example. Let’s say you’re hired at an average university’s biology department.
You’re going to be doing research there, so you negotiate what’s called a “start up fund”
which could be 400,000 dollars. “Wow,” you think, “That’s a TON of mulah!” But we’ve
just started! From there, researchers need equipment, staff, consumable products like
pipettes, petri dishes, beakers, plus bits-and-bobs for every stage of the experiment. To get money for that scientists have to apply
for grants… I asked Dr. Joe Hanson of PBS’s It’s Okay to Be Smart, a biologist, and he
said, for biomedical science the “gold standard of research grants” is the National Institutes
of Health R01 grant; which could be 4 or 500,000 dollars. Looking into it, there were 2,100
applicants, and only 294 were awarded in 2015 (a 14 percent award rate). So, between start-up
funds and a big grant you might have 8 or 900K. That sounds like a lot, but even that
can’t cover everything! Plus, the university takes a cut of whatever scientists win, sometimes
as much as 50%. This is why scientists spend so much of their time applying for grants. Science is really expensive and time consuming,
and funding has to be in place before a single bit of research can be started. As Scientific
American wrote, “Scientists spend too much time raising cash instead of doing experiments.” So, where does this money come from? Most science is funded by governments. In
the U.S. it can come from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation,
Defense Department, Department of Education, or even the Fish and Wildlife Service! I mean,
that’s what the government does, it collects taxes and distributes that money for the good
of us all. But since the 2008 Great Recession and 2010 Sequestration (remember that little
diddy?) science’s funding has dipped significantly. This can mean fewer studies, fewer discoveries,
and fewer breakthroughs. Government monies are dispersed through grants, offices, contracts
and programmes… but though most money comes from the gubment, they’re not alone at the
table when the bill for scientific research and development gets dropped. In 2013, the European community contributed
over 19 percent of the world’s science budget. China contributed about 19 percent, by the
way, and the US around 28 percent. In fact, most major political consortiums in the world
have interest in scientific research (and not just because science is awesome). Together,
African countries contributed 1.3 percent of the continent’s whole GDP to research and
development. And while the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR) is looking to establish
scientific integration in the near future, Brazil alone committed 2.2 percent. Lately, private companies have been paying
for more science, which can be controversial. More than 75 percent of all clinical trials
in medicine are funded by private companies. The controversy comes, when the gal footing
the bill has a vested interest in certain results. Think, drug or tobacco companies…
But not all private money is bad! Some private studies are partnerships with government grants,
public universities, nonprofits or foundations! And in an ideal world, it wouldn’t matter
who paid for it it would all just be science. Since the 1970s, when it peaked at 2 percent
of the GDP, the U.S. has spent less and less on research and development. According to
the American Association for the Advancement of Science, we’re now spending zero-point-seven-eight
percent of our GDP on research. Most of that, is the government, but these days, some scientists
are even looking to the internet and crowdfunding to pay for their experiments — which a whole
other monster. Think of all the stories about science we’ve
done on DNews, and the number of times you’ve been blown away by a new healthcare technology,
advance in space travel, or paleontological discovery — those things were expensive and
hard-fought… which just makes me love them more. The research to do this video was SUPER fun,
I got neck deep into the budgets and excitement of science around the world — I dove wayyyy
into it. I like to say, the more I know about something, the more I WANT to know about something…
Take something we all love, Movies — did you know: a preacher created flexible celluloid?
Or do you know why we use 24 frames per second? What about how your brain sees all those still
frames as one moving image? That’s what my podcast show is about. Over there I go all-in
on whatever science topic I can. Last week, I looked at the history, science and future
of movies. Check it and lemme know what you think! If you like the other channel, subscribe
and I’ll love you forever! OR if you prefer to stick to DNews. NASA moves
money to contractors and grant winners all the time! But what would happen if we doubled
NASA’s budget… just… doubled it. Or Tripled!! I looked into more money moving on this video.

Chemistry careers – A day in the work life of a chemist

Hello my name is Hilary, I’m a process development
chemist at GlycoSyn, which is a part of Callaghan Innovation. At GlycoSyn we get contract work from pharmaceutical
companies to make new drugs for clinical trials. This involves working with a variety of different
people including small-scale research scientists from universities. What I do as a process development chemist is work on the scale-up part of that process. So this is learning
how to make a molecule on a small scale, such as milligrams in a lab setting, and then scaling
that process up to make it in larger and larger quantities, eventually up to a kilogram sort of scale in the pilot plant. Some of the challenges involved in scale-up
chemistry relate to the fact that as you scale things up, processes such as mixing and heating
change at a larger scale. You can think of this like when you’re baking a cake. When
you double the size of the mixture, then you have to mix it even better to make sure that
all the ingredients are combined appropriately. And you don’t simply double the time that
you heat it for, because it also depends on how good your oven is and the size of the
cake tins that you’re using. I’ve always been interested in chemistry
and science and how things work. So I decided that was what I wanted to do as a career after
studying a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry and maths. It was the chemistry that really
appealed to me because of the real life applications, and the potential to really help people and
make a difference in the world. I got my first chemistry job after I did my
honours. I decided that I needed a break from study and wanted to get some more real lab
experience and real life experience. I worked as an analytical chemistry technician for
a year, which I really enjoyed, and in that time I learnt lots of new skills. When I was studying my PhD, my research was
about making drugs for tuberculosis in greener and more environmentally friendly ways. One
of the cool things that I discovered while doing this, was in the process of making a
whole library series of molecules, I discovered some that were really good at killing the
bacteria that causes tuberculosis. So this was a really exciting finding that I had. Some of the coolest things about being a chemist
for me is that I get to spend a lot of time doing things with my hands, and working in
the lab doing purifications and reactions. I also find the problem-solving aspect of
the job really satisfying. You don’t always get successful experiments. So to be able
to be a great scientist you need to have perseverance and persistence to continue on with a project
that may be quite challenging.

Top 10 Best Career Option After 12th | Job Oriented Courses (Commerce/Science/Art)

Hey guys welcome back with another video, and yes, we did not uploaded video from Last 3 Week Sorry about that because we had exams so my friends recently completed 12 boards And he was asking me what to do next which courses is best for him and which is not this Question will arise in your mind too, so today I will provide you with some basic information about 10 best job oriented courses you can apply after 12th, and yes We are taking those courses which have a wide range of job availability and not those that have less jobs So let’s get started on number [10], we have fashion designer Fashion Nowadays has become one of the most famous and popular Part in the Modern world and even there is a hell lot of demand for this feeling any student from any stream whether it’s arts Science or commerce can apply for fashion designing courses you just need to have around fifty percent marks in 12th that’s all you have to give an entrance exam at [NIFT] National Institute of Fashion Technology and [NID] National Institute of design and for the admission to various courses related to fashion The duration period Is about four years which is divided in two year for fashion designing and two years for Communication, and the salary for this profession is for beginners it will be around 10,000 to 18,000 Rupees and for Experience it will be around 40,000 to 60,000 Rupees per month So next a number [9]. We have the pilot training school This is one of the most highest paying jobs and one of the coolest places to work. Those who are taken Science can go for the pilot profession after 12th, you must have about 45 to 50 percent mark But it doesn’t matter really one thing for sure you have to clear the Aptitude test in order to get selected in the training program and even you have to give a certain Medical test as you have to be medically fit the duration period To complete this course is Approximately 18 to 24 months and the only worst thing about this course is that it is very costly it will cost you around 20 To 25 lakhs to complete it But it doesn’t matter as after you get the license you will earn way more than what you have invested like for a new or Fresher you will earn between 5 to 12 lakh rupees per year and can extend upto 35 lakhs and experience levels So on number [8] we have the merchant Navy it is one of the favorite jobs to work and especially for those who love traveling it is a type of profession Where you have to work or provide commercial services like scary or deliver Goods from one place to another or take care of the goods and ships [ETC], so for the eligibility to apply this course you must first complete your work with science stream And then you have to give free entrance exams one for screening tests and second for written Examinations after that you have to give one move which will be a medical test and interview to apply this job Let Us come to the salary and the packages the salary varies from place to Place and City to City and company to company co-starter Aka junior engineer the salary ranges from 30,000 to 35,000 and for a head level [I] captain the salary ranges up to 2 lakhs per month so number [7] we have Journalism, journalism is the most demanded and trending profession and in simple term journalism is all about collecting information to a specific or general audience with the help of newspapers, video that is news channel and Magazines Etc there are many big memes channels who provide jobs to this department course student like NDTV, Zee TV Network, Viacom Etc So after passing 12 by any Stream with 55 percentage you can apply for journalism courses The entrance exam may or may not be required Bachelor’s and journalism mass Media is one of the best degree courses we recommend which duration period Is around three years Salary for a starter of fresher is around 5,000 to 10,000 a month and for experience level you will get around 15 to 25,000 and for expert level you will be paid around fifty thousand to one lakh depending on your skills, reputation and status On number six we have architecture and interior design demand for an interior designer is huge for building flat interior design – personal room Renovation and it is gaining a huge popularity in the world specially in India and you pursue this course you must have passed 12th with Science stream or any stream But science is better with a good percentage of 60 to 65% but that does not matter here things that matter here is getting a good score in entrance exams and interview, the duration period To complete this course is 5 years and the fees like a cost will be around 1 lakhs to 2 lakhs in a government institute and 2 to 3.5 lakhs in a private in studio it may Vary I just provided you with an approximate Price, after you completed this course you can earn around 35,000 to 50,000 per month that is fresher and sixty thousand to one lakh per month for experience one you can apply for job in both private and government sector on Number [5] we have the hotel management The first thing about this course is that you don’t need a lavish high percentage to pursue hotel management and the second thing is it a job Oriented course you must complete 12th with 45 to 50 percent, and then you have to give some entrance exam Which is held every year during the month April and it will cost you around 1 Lakh – 2.5 Lakh depending on the institution and sometimes more than that the salary range Depending on the organization where you are working unlike if you work at a five-star hotel, then the salary for freshers will be around 15,000 to 20,000 per month and for experience one the salary ranges up to 30,000 to 50,000 per month if you are a big foodie, and you love to make food this kind of profession is amazing for you so on number [4] we have web designing here comes my type of profession, basically web designing is the process of creating awesome websites which are graphically Super rich and user-friendly and in the model world web designing plays a huge role in the overall business of an organization, you work as a freelancer or work for an organization such as Infosys, Wepro, HCL and Lava those are the top recruiting companies if you are looking for a Profession and web designing you must have first completed well with any marks in any stream It doesn’t matter the duration period For this course is about one to two years After you have completed the courses you can earn around 10,000 to 25,000 per month as a fresher and 50,000 to 70,000 per month for an experienced guy So one number [3] we have Animation and VFX another course which I am planning to apply and by the way it is a job oriented post you can join bachelor and animation and VFx After 12th by getting 50% percent marks the duration period Is around 3 to 5 years and it will totally cost you around Aditya Birla institute of technology and Arena animation is the best Institute to apply, the salary for this course is very high which is the most attractive part of this profession the salary ranges from 10,000 to 20,000 for fresher and 40,000 to 70,000 for a guy with experience on number [2], We have a lawyer Law has one of the most jobs available especially in India where the case file is at large scale And there is a fact that over eighteen point five million cases are still pending in the courts of India so you may know now what I want to say And there is a great demand for an advocate in India, so for eligibility to apply for LAW is You have to compete well with 50% in any Stream and apply for bachelor in LAW A.K.A L.L.P The duration is about two years and it will cost you around 60,000 to 1 lakh the salary for this profession Depends on your number of cases and clients you handle per months earlier for Approx a fresher can earn around 30,000 to 50,000 per case and a well-known on a popular advocate can earn in lakhs for Example is a great advocate Name Mr. Sidharth Lutha who charges somewhere between 3 to 5 lakhs per cases So on number [1] we have the chartered Accountancy a chartered accountant means a person who has a depth knowledge And on finance insurance however anystream can apply for this course After 12th you can apply for Ca programs through [CPT] the common Proficiency test, the cost for this course is around forty thousands to fifty five thousand and it is a five year duration period of this course so as per the job salary you earn a lot of money after you acquire the memberships of [ICAI]The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India the salary for fresher is around 25,000 to 50,000 and for a five year Experience starter package will be around 45,000 to 80,000 per month you can work for Banks or companies and even for copyright trademark Registrations That it Thank you for watching if you’re still confused which profession do I choose then I recommend you to apply for a career counseling They will help you to find out which profession suits you and even as best for you, and by the way Thanks for watching do like share if any of the new here do subscribe to my channel till then have a nice day. 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