It is absolutely essential to have a big focus on careers..Given the fact that distance education is here to stay, there are thousands who keep on enrolling in some course year after year; worse, they lose a lot of time and money with a clear lack of focus.
It ought to be remembered that only those with the best of focus in their careers will and can succeed in their careers. For example, if there is a person who works as a Junior Manager in HR in a manufacturing company, he or she should grind her teach in PF, ESI, and such other statutory legislation and their implementation, fighting with the trade unions, entering into a long term settlement and so on, even if the company is just having five hundred employees. He or she can then think of going to another company with a manpower strength of over one thousand or two thousand employees. Given current trends, Managements will welcome those who are ruthless in playing the game of cost control. For such executives, who would have an MBA/MSW qualification, it does pay to get a legal degree through distance education or on a part-time basis; it is even better to get an advanced diploma in labor laws.
However, if the same person were to register for a Master's Degree course in Journalism, it will be totally out of focus with his core profession; all his spare time will be wasted. Instead,. he or she would do well to network with fellow HR professionals and learn from their experiences.
Focus on careers is extremely important. It should be noted that unless this is done, one cannot advance in his or her career, at any point in time.
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