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4. A trip down the memory lane: The first day

“where to?” the train of thoughts was broken by the rude interlude of the auto-rickshaw driver. The first thing that strikes you about Bangalore is how chilly it is at night. 408 more words


3. A trip down the memory lane

And so it happened. I picked up the exit papers and started to leave.

“Are you sure you don’t want to talk to the job placement consultant we have drafted just for this?” One of the senior HR partners blurted. 285 more words


2.Zero Day

After an attempt at an inspiring speech and some bemusing tears from the team, I wondered if this is all I have been wanting secretly. The writing had been on the wall for quite sometime and I had an uncanny ability to see the doom that is the future of this industry. 468 more words


1.The D-Day

D-Day. The one day that changed the course of the second world war. In the post-modern era, it is a term that is loosely used in the Indian IT industry. 310 more words


Being realistic about my next steps

I had a good conversation with a recruiter the other day about a new job opportunity that sounds like it would be a pretty good fit for me. 441 more words

Personal Experiences With TBI

GE Transportation

GE Transportation is an organization that manufactures equipment for railroads, marine, mining, drilling and energy generation industries. It’s headquarters is Chicago, Illinois and their main manufacturing facility is in Fort Worth, Texas. 1,159 more words

I got laid(off)

It was in November of 2003 that I embarked upon a new career. I finally landed the job I had sought for many years, the coveted role of pharmaceutical sales representative. 1,086 more words

Early Retirement