For many job hunters, its a challenge to find any job in today’s time. If you’re one of the many seeking a job, it’s important to be vigilant. Choosing a career path that fits best with the “new” economic atmosphere is crucial. For some this may mean a career in an entirely different field, while for others it may mean changing the way you think about your career and modifying it for good accordingly.
This article is meant to say that no matter how worse the economy gets one must never be rigid or tough, should face situations, must be easy going and never take hasty decisions.
Here is a way adapt to your career changes in a shaky economy. This way includes options for changing careers, shifting your career path, downsizing your career, and protecting the job you already have.
The economy has seen a couple of tumultuous years. Not just the foreign countries, but Indian market as well has seen a drastic change in various industries. Most of the change has not been positive. Many industries that were once were touching the sky are now barely surviving. But not are tasting the dirt. Some industries are doing better than they once were, and others, which did not exist sometime back are creating an appreciable place for themselves. There are perks and crunches associated with every field; be it the corporate world or a ‘tutoring job. Each individual is running behind two things at work; permanent position and a dignified place., and those who have already secured these two aim to never slip down. For achieving these two aspects and more, adaptability is required. As pointed out earlier, for some that may mean choosing a career in an entirely different field, while for others it may mean changing the way you think about your career path and modifying it accordingly. Choosing a career is an involved process that is based on a number of things. First you have to take into account your interests, skills, work-related values and personality.
Altering Your Career Path : Many of our career choices are mitigated by outside forces like economic crises, inevitable change of circumstances, family expectations, peer pressure, etc.
Primary care givers, whether they are parents or have responsibilities, can choose jobs that are most conducive to raising a family. Sometimes moving down the career ladder, instead of up it, can make sense. Also, it is not wrong to look at alternative job options if the industry you are working in is not doing well and is hampering your growth.
Base seen people completing their misters from reputed colleges loosing their jobs, striving hard to get ‘something’ and reaching some where else in an entirely different field doing something totally different from what their field was because of a bad economy.
But this change is the market’s demand, which sooner than later will help an individual lead an alien organization. Learning and experiencing helps in molding attitude. Not being rigid plays an important role and will help you to not fail or loose anything.
But one question that keeps on hunting and bothering young minds is, ‘Will this change of career leave a bad impression later?’ No!
The market demands change.