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AppleLover9412dLOL, keep dreaming kid
AppleLover9412dWell, actually I work in a company with all those benefits 🤔 but I don't know anything about India, so I don't know if they are unrealistic there.
I would consider a MacBook a hinderance.
ArcaneEye39812dI'll share you mine as a fresher in a small company:
7,5 hour work day
5 days a week
6 weeks paid vacation/year
Any overtime is countered with paid leave
Work from home when needed
Flex hours around when needed (doctors, craftsmen or other appointments)
I consider the first four absolute necessities, especially overtime rules - if overtime is not paid or countered, there's no stopping your boss from 'planning' overtime for you.
I know this is good and I'm extremely satisfied, but that's also why I chose this one over the consultancy firm that offered me a position - I'd have had on-call shifts round the clock and no paid overtime with that one and... I'm in my thirties, I'm too old for that shit.
heyheni1909412dLook, 65% of Indias population is under 35 and every year 12 million young people enter the work force. Competition is fierce. So unless you have an amazing self aquired skillset there will be always someone who will do it for less, and is more eager to learn and work than you do. Forget about MacBooks and paid sponsorships.
It's india. A charming mess of a country with lovely people but where bribery and nepotism and inequality rules. So earn your skills rookie and get a university degree so that you can reach your goal of working abroad. Without a degree it's difficult everywhere.