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Hi,
I recently completed MBA from London, UK and i'm back to INDIA now. I have 12 years of varied work experience. 3 years in technical assistance, BPO, as an entrepreneur for 7 years providing manpower to IT, NON-IT, & ITES. My last job was with a japanese consultancy as a manager for recruitment team, and handling client relations along with business development. Took a break for higher studies and am back now looking for a job.
should i continue as an HR or should i move into business development? which is better on a long run.
7th February 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Depends up on the opportunities available in the market, grab it. Get into the available area and you can achieve the goal always. Do not sit idle. I have examples that site engineer during construction has become a business development manager, and an HR Manager eventually on a carrier growth has become the Plant Manager. Only believe " I can win and Achieve"
7th February 2018 From India, Madras
#Anonymous
Thank you for your instant reply
But, should I put effort in finding a BDM job or should I put effort in hunting a senior HR role
Which Among these is a better pick ?
7th February 2018 From India, Bengaluru
Given a preference, if you are too creative, then opt for Business Development manager. BDM requires lot of creativeness / and lateral thinking . However as suggested earlier, first come, grab it and from there, you should move on your goal as BDM, based on your carrier appraisal. It is possible only on progressive/ professional Management.
8th February 2018 From India, Madras
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