Expect the Unexpected
Jobs for life are a thing of the past – make sure you develop the tools to survive and thrive, wherever your career takes you.
Yong Guo | | Opinion
Before Forrest Gump’s mother died, she told him: “Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get.”
Life certainly is unpredictable, and so are careers. As young professionals eagerly embark on their first forays into the job market, they naturally tend to take an optimistic view of the future, without being fully aware of the unpredictable nature of their chosen path. A case in point – when I started my first job in the pharmaceutical industry, I would never have guessed that 22 years later I would be starting a whole new career as a teacher.
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