Sameena Shah
Ms Sameena Shah
Senior Research Scientist, Thompson Reuters
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  • Precious, Graduate from Lagos asked Sameena Shah, Thompson Reuters

    Added Friday, May 2, 2014 at 3:28 PM

    What would be your advice to a fresh graduate of electronics and computer engineering who because of poor education he had received could not fit in to the labor market?.... How do I become professional in this field?
    Related to Computer, Electrical, Internships & Jobs
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  • Atul, Pune, India

    Added Friday, April 19, 2013 at 3:16 AM

    I am searching for a suitable branch of Engineering for my daughter. The usual trend in India is to go for Computer/IT Engineering. I wonder whether there is (or will be) saturation in this field. I mean very soon no jobs will be available for these people. Is there any other filed that has good job prospectus in India? How much saturation is there for Computer/IT Engineers? Thank you. Atul
    Answers 1
    Sameena Shah, Thompson Reuters
    Answered Friday, April 19, 2013 at 3:16 AM
    It is hard to predict long term trends, but I don't think there will be job saturation in CS at least for the top talent. I think you are right, the trend is shifting, and while jobs that are abundant right now will probably saturate. But more jobs ...Read More
  • Rabia, Pakistan asked Sameena Shah, Thompson Reuters

    Added Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 4:47 AM

    I want to know how is the work environment in software houses for females. Is there any kind of discrimination with women or not? e.g. to give the programming part of the system to the boys and designing and other management work to females? Is that true?
    Related to Opportunities/Challenges for Women, Software, Work Environment
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    Sameena Shah, Thompson Reuters
    Answered Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 4:47 AM

    The work environment in software companies is thoroughly professional. I have never faced or heard about any discrimination of this kind. I would say that nowadays software companies are the best place for women to work in. One is not required to run ...

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