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5 Reasons why a Career Break can Help Your Reemployment

Posted by Varsha Tiwari Shukla on Jun 4, 2016 7:07:37 PM

Did you have to take a sabbatical or a break from your career? Are you paranoid about your chances of getting back on the job wagon? Career growth is important to many. A break or a gap in career is like a traffic jam when you feel stuck and you feel your professional growth slowing down. It is often influenced by certain circumstances in life and resuming or finding jobs after a career break may seem a little challenging.


But there are many upsides to seeking employment second time around; in fact it’s easier. Here’s why:

1. Unlike your first job search, you have a reason, a story or a context as to why you are not working currently.
2. You not only have your educational qualifications, but also additional work credentials and professional references backing your application.
3. You get valuable insights and perspective on yourself and your career path which is quite difficult
when you’re in the rat race: Are you satisfied with your achievements in the past? Is there something
else you could do differently to get better results?
4. You get a chance to update or learn new skills, pursue professional interests and network with professionals in your area of expertise.
5. You can better monitor the external environment around you - the economy, the recruitment trends, in-demand careers, what’s working for other job seekers and what’s not.
Job search after a career break may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Time taken to resume work is directly proportional to efforts and commitment towards finding your next job.
While response to your job application is not in your control, your attitude to job search is. So be real. Stay positive, focussed and determined. It’s easier said than done, but believe in your own abilities and more importantly, yourself. Nobody will believe in you until you believe in yourself. Skills can be developed by anyone at anytime as long as he or she is open to learning. Whether you take a break or not, never stop trying to achieve your career goals.

If you did take a break, consider it a blessing in disguise. Make most of it! “The price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand” -Vince Lombardi



Topics: General Medical