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4 High Demand Courses In Pakistan

It’s the dream of every student to make a lot of money soon after college; however, this is not always the case as not all courses are in high demand. If you live in Pakistan and want to make money fast you need to pursue a high demand course. If you are just joining university here are some of the courses that are in high demand:

Software Engineering

The world is revolving around technology; therefore, if you have software skills you stand to make a lot of money. As a graduate you stand to make 15,000-30,000 rupees; however, when you are have work experience of more than 5 years you will be earning a salary of between 43,000 and 83,000 rupees.

The cool thing with this job is that you will be in a field that is quickly changing; therefore, you will be required to be on your toes to keep up with the change. Some of the best institutions to pursue a software engineering course are: NED, FAST, NUT, GIKI, and UET.

Project Management

Regardless of the kind of project that a company is having, the company must have an expert to manage it. As a fresh graduate you will be earning 15,000-25,000 rupees, but once you have 4-5 years of experience you stand to be making 75,000-150,000 rupees per month. There are many institutions in Pakistan where you can pursue the course.

Finance And Accounting

Pakistan institutions that will give you the best training in finance and accounting are: LUMS, UCP, ICMAP, IBA and NUST. As a finance expert you will be able to work in both the government and private sectors.

As a fresh graduate your salary range will be 10,000-25,000 rupees, but you will be making between 36,000 and 90,000 when you have 5 years or more of work experience.


Research studies have shown that many people haven’t given a lot of attention to the course in the previous years. This means that the competition isn’t as stiff like in other courses.

Great institutions to pursue a HR management course are: IBA, LSE, NUST, UCP and LUMS.

As HR manager you will be responsible for hiring and firing of employees. After graduation you should expect to have a starting salary of 18,000-30,000 rupees. After 5 or more years of experience you will be making 68,000-103,200 rupees.


The course that you pursue determines the type of job that you get. To have an easy time getting a job you should go for a course that is in high demand.

Source by Idd Aziz



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