When you finish your graduate studies, you should define your long-term career path - the right job, the right industry, and so on. Prefer the appropriate 'job profile' over the appropriate 'company' and 'higher salary.' Find the right courses, job profiles, and higher education options if your bachelor's degree was not in the right field. Remember that the job that is ideal for 'others' may not be ideal for you. You must gain the necessary experience and achieve significant milestones year after year. So, let's get started. Create a solid foundation for a 35-year managerial and leadership career.
Since you have completed your school and college stages (academic foundation) and are ready to begin your work experience, you must take the first correct step. The experience you gain, the knowledge you gain, and the skills you learn will serve as a professional foundation for future managerial and leadership positions. Any mistakes in subjects and degrees made in the past can be corrected by joining the right job in the right industry, unless the eligibility conditions require a specific academic background.
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