Aug 20, 2018 - 06:02 PM
If you are looking to diversify your employment opportunities, however, there's no reason why you can't study for the test to be a probationary officer at a bank while looking for a good job right after getting your B. Tech in civil engineering. The two career fields share some common necessary skills. Both require exemplary math skills. Verbal skills are also important for both career paths. You must be able to communicate clearly both in speech and in writing.
You can also apply the analytical skills you learned in your undergraduate studies to excel in banking. Each career requires the ability to make solid decisions and solve problems. The ability to organize and multitask will also come in handy. Further study and job experience can help you develop these leadership traits even more.