Highest paid jobs in India
A person’s job is his or her role in society, but in modern times, a job tends to be something more specific.
In today’s world, a job is usually defined as a position in a workplace done by a person in exchange for payment.
When people look for jobs, they search for ones that best suit their skills and offer the best wages.
Naturally, jobs with the highest wages tend to be the most sought-after jobs, but secure jobs are also highly sought-after.
Therefore, these are some of the jobs in India that offer the highest pay.
An investment bank is a private company that provides services to individuals, governments, and corporations for raising finance.
Investment bankers can act as underwriters or as agents for their clients with issues concerning securities.
They can strike deals with companies to raise capital, and they can also give financial advisory services to their clients.
Investment bankers earn wages ranging between ₹350,000 per year and ₹900,000 per year.
Chartered Accountants (CA) currently have a statutory monopoly in conducting audits of financial statements, thanks to statutes like the Income Tax Act of 1961 and the Companies Act of 2013.
Not all Chartered Accountants work for audit firms, but it is usually presumed that financial statements audited by Chartered Accountants are prepared under the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Chartered Accountants have an average salary of about ₹7.36 lakh per year, and the highest salaries can reach up to ₹24.64 lakhs per year.
Management professionals are the people who bring uniquely-skilled individuals into their organization in order to maximize the profits of their company.
They need to put in hard work in their early days so they can acquire some experience, but once they get the hang of their job, their status and their salary will both start to rise.
Management professionals have an average salary ranging from ₹650,000 per year to ₹2,170,000 per year.
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