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28 Jobs 28 Weeks 28 States

Author Name: Jubanashwa Mishra | Format: Paperback | Genre : Travel | Other Details

Jubanashwa Mishra had spent 28 weeks trying out 28 jobs – a challenge that had seen him travel more than 15,000 miles across India.

- Daily Mail, UK

A bid to tell Indian parents that the stereotypical engineering or medical degree is not every child's dream

- Times of India

Jubanashwa Mishra refuses to be bogged down, instead chooses a path that nobody has dared to take.

- The New Indian Express

The 28 Man – 28 jobs in 28 weeks across 28 states

-Deccan Chronicle

“My parents, who once pushed me into engineering, today stand by me in this ‘bizarre’ journey.”

-The Telegraph

A mission to encourage youth in India to choose jobs they are passionate about

-Friday, UAE

Currently, job satisfaction is a serious issue worldwide. In these times, we are trying to spread a different message – ‘Discover your passion!’

-DNA, Ahmedabad

While most people strive to portray stability and reliability in their LinkedIn profiles, Jubanashwa Mishra refers to himself as a ‘Frequent job changer!’

-Mid Day, Mumbai

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Jubanashwa Mishra

Jubanashwa Mishra has worked 28 jobs in all the 28 states of India for one week each, immersing in a process of re-discovering himself. He started this journey in mid-May 2013 which ended in December 2013, with a variety of jobs ranging from mountain cleaner to TRP Analyst to Tattoo maker to Rafting Trainee to Cremation Assistant to Tea Factory Worker to Bullet Mechanic. After a stereotypical Indian degree in Engineering, Jubanashwa had worked for 3 years in Tata Consultancy Services. Then, he did his post-graduation from the school of ideas –MICA, Ahmedabad. Before starting this One Week Job India journey, he had worked on many challenging projects ranging from digital consulting for top companies, to first-time-ever biggest rural brand activation through folk-theatre called JATRA. He lives in Bhubaneswar working as a media consultant. He has also founded a preschool called Paper Boat.