Career change for good: Learn for better earning
Whether forced or voluntary, a career change can be beneficial, according to recruitment consultants and career coaches.
"It gives the individual the opportunity to get out of a rut, or into an environment where they start performing and thriving again," says Andrew McNellis, managing director of Talent2 International, Middle East and Africa..
It may not always be easy, but with managements nowadays more open in their outlook, change is possible.
"Increasingly, modern management looks at hiring talent with transferable competencies and behavioural styles from different industry sectors,: says McNellis. "The rationale cited includes bringing a different perspective and complimentary corporate DNA from successful sectors."
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