How to future-proof your career path in 2020 (and beyond)
In a shifting economy, thinking laterally, and identifying neglected sectors which are aligning with your interests, is a powerful trick to gain a professional advantage.
Gravitating towards your interests is the way to go for your career survival, and it is critical for self-innovation and re-invention.
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