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Hello All. I am writing this to you as I need suggestions/advises/directions on my career. Let me first give you all my background. I am presently working in a MNC Bank for the Project Management Office division for the last 6 years in India (Indian). I however do not have a graduate degree which I discontinued in the third year which was the final year as well in 2005. Now I am looking for a change in the job & applied to few positions but did not get any reply till now. Do you think my qualification is really concern in my profile ? As I am not confident enough on this. I have seen job descriptions asking for graduate or equivalent experience but I really do not know if they will accept my application. Please advise.

I have some onsite experience with US B1 Visa & also good in the following

• Working with different geographical areas remotely.

• Stakeholder Management & Engagement.

• Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.

• Excellent Analytical & Problem solving skill.

• Planning & organizing skill.

Can you also suggest some good recruitment agencies who have job openings for PMO or any business management role ?

Appreciate you time & looking forward to your reply.

Can someone please advise on this. I am still waiting for some replies that could give some directions
I see you are very young and have long way to go in your career. I personally feel having atleast a graduate degree is must if you want to grow in your career. Because by not having a graduate degree you would be cutting down your opportunities by a large extent. I would suggest you to take a break from your job and complete your graduation degree. You have the advantage of soft skills with you. So you will not find a challenge in figuring out a good job for you after you complete your graduation.
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