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My immediate option after going back would be to take up a small teaching position at an educational institute in India. But that would mean I would have to commit to it for at least one to two years and my thesis would suffer. Pay for teachers in India isn't great either. … [Read more...] about Forced return home and job hunt: An Indian student worries about the future after new US visa rule
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