Satyaprakash Joshii wrote:Anything related to java. Just what to know what all options open up.
Although retirement is far in my case ...
Most people like these generally prefer semi-retirement.
Between 45-65, they take "easy" jobs or work part time, so they can have a better standard of living
Join a early stage startup, and hit big
Entrepreneurs. These are people who like building companies. Most succesful entrepreneurs in tech are "serial" entrepreneurs. They build a succesful company.
Most of the people who do this get bored of XBox, and become angel investors. They go around funding other startups. If they earn enough money, they might join VCs
An easy job could be a government job. Or you could be a high end consultant.
Satyaprakash Joshii wrote:In India generally the maximum allowed (cut off ) age for applying for government job is usually 30. Anyone retiring from job but be surely well past the cut off age for government age.In such a case how is this feasible. How does one get consultant job? what is the way to get it.
Satyaprakash Joshii wrote:Is it a good option to keep collecting stocks of companies while you earn well in IT industry and after retiring from IT industry do stock trading?
Satyaprakash Joshii wrote:Thanks. What about the option to open a software training institute where one can teach Java- JavaEE. Apart from financial benefits it can also bring good interaction with people. What if this is done in combination with stock trading and freelancing?
Satyaprakash Joshii wrote:Although retirement is far in my case but just that there has been this thought and curiosity about this question. Currently I work for an organization in india as software engineer. I am aware that people earn more IT than many other professions and also aware that at end of their career they would not get any pension like government jobs.I am also aware of the concept for early retirement from IT unlike government jobs where they retire at age of 60 So what are some of the options after that. Is there something they can do after quiting to do java development for some company? Can they start something on their own?Anything related to java. Just what to know what all options open up.
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