600 mails…80 calls, such hard work for a dream job, knowing you will say wow!

Life is full of surprises for those who believe in working hard and never give up. Vatsal Batha is one such people. You will also be surprised to know the story of Shri Ram College of Commerce graduate Vatsal Nahata. Actually, World Bank I had a job in Vatsal’s dream. In such a situation, he worked hard to fulfill his dream. After 600 cold emails and 80 calls, Vatsal Nahata finally got her dream job. Let us know about this inspirational story of Vatsal.

Vatsal's inspirational journey began during the Kovid-19 pandemic. Actually, in 2020, he was about to complete his studies at Yale University in America. However, at that time there was an atmosphere of recession and companies were engaged in firing people. At the same time, US President Donald Trump's stand on immigration was also tough. He said that only American citizens should be kept on jobs. Vatsal Nahata says, 'I did not have a job and in two months I was going to graduate. And I was a student at Yale.

Strong intentions like steel got a job

Nahata herself said that what is the use of coming to Yale, if she is not able to get a job in America. He told, 'When my parents called and asked me how I was doing, it became difficult for me to tell the right thing to the parents.' He said, 'But I was determined that there was no option to return to India and my first salary should be in dollars.' However, Batha's determination was as strong as steel. Over the course of two months, he sent over 1500 connection requests, wrote 600 cold-emails and received various calls from 80 people.

He further explains, 'I had to face the most rejections ever. But realizing the need, I had strengthened myself. And I was not going anywhere. He said, 'Things had become like this, I used to call people even in my dreams.' Eventually Vatsal's hard work paid off and he got a job in the World Bank. He told, 'Till the first week of May, I had 4 job offers and I chose to work in the World Bank. After my OPT the company was ready to sponsor my visa. My manager offered me to co-author a machine learning paper with the current Director of Research at the World Bank.'

Learn these things in your journey

Vatsal Nahata currently works in the International Monetary Fund (IMF). He says that that journey of two months has taught some important things.

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  • It has shown me the real power of networking and it has become my nature now.
  • It gave me confidence that I could survive any situation and find my way to America as an immigrant.
  • Only my Ivy League degree can bring me this far.
  • Times of crisis (COVID-19 and Trump's immigration policy) are ideal to prepare as a more evolved person.

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