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One of my friend is facing this problem. Need some suggestion and valuable inputs in this regard from this forum members:

Q. ":I was employed in a branded company & my job profile was of a branch operations executive in an insurance company but as a career move I left that job to complete my distance learning mba from symbiosis and joined a company of lesser repute for the flexibility of working hours. Now, at this point of time I am a little Skeptical about my decision because I cannot understand how the next employer will take my career move as I am looking for a job change at this moment since I have finished my exam papers. In this connection I would like to mention my tenure of jobs. 1st Company 3 years, 2nd company 1 year 3 months and 3rd/present company 6 months running.

My questions are:

1. Will the HR think I am a job hopper?

2. Can I go back to insurance industry once again (please note my total experience in insurance industry is of 4 years 2 months) as presently I am not in insurance industry?

3. Is the career move justified from the perspective of distance learning?"

From India, Calcutta
Dear Prasun, One thing I am sure is that, the HR would definitely think that you are a job hopper... Again the other questions are upon your own justification...
From India, Bangalore
SInce you have completed your MBA ( speacilisation is HR / Finance / Marketing..........?) if you try to search related to your later degree, surly you are a fresher. But if you again go for the Insurence company, there your experience will be considered. So Job hopping depends upon the field you choose. But one year, two year and all will not be considered as Job hopping. SO do not worry.

From India, Madras
Hi Prasun , Your MBA is not going to add significance in hunting a job but your exp will count. see if you can bang ur exp.
From India, Bangalore
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