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Suhas Question by Suhas on Apr 26, 2023Hindi
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I am 51 years old & my present experience is in water & waste water treatment, trouble shoot and execution. But in this field i am working from last 26 years but not still stable & good economical growth? I want to leave this field as in India there is no more positive hopes for this field. Requesting to suggest for new field like software OR else so that i will get some positive output in the remaining years of my life. Raju Mahajan Kolhapur

Ans: Dear Suhas,
As you have got huge experience in the field of Water & waste water treatment, it is always advisable to stick to this particular field rather than shifting to a new domain. You may look for a course to enhance your skill and knowledge.
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Hi, I am a mechanical engineer and having been working in the field of power plant from last 12 years. I don't enjoy my work now and feel that I am not meant for this job as I see no growth in my career. I'm 36 now and can't think of anything new as I don't think I can't enter into a new field at this age. No one will prefer me. What should I do?
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