HR Expert - Answered on Nov 03, 2023
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The transition from the government sector to the corporate sector is not going to be tough for you as you have been successful there.
You also have the right skill sets. What you need is ‘networking'.
Connect with the right organisations and people who need process-oriented HR folks.
Use LinkedIn as the medium to connect.
I can tell you that healthcare is one segment that will value your skills as CMM-certified HR professional.
All the best!
Don't give up hope!
You are a bright young engineer and there is always a dearth of good engineers.
Keep upgrading your knowledge by doing relevant courses in your field.
I would say most industries are hiring engineers.
With the Make In India initiative, more jobs will open up in the manufacturing sector and that certainly needs electrical engineers.
Explore opportunities in the Middle East as well.
Please remember 'Average people chase money and money chases competent people'. So don't make remuneration a parameter of your success.
Work on upgrading your knowledge and skills. Enrol in some good online courses from reputed institutes and learn about the latest trends in HR.
Look for opportunities in industries that are picking up, like healthcare and information technology.
You must also connect with senior HR professionals through professional channels like LinkedIn.
Feel free to send me a LinkedIn invite.
I would suggest two possible career paths for you.
First, since COVID has now receded, you can get back to your family business.
You can increase your understanding and knowledge in this sphere by doing an online course on managing family businesses.
The second option is sales; since you have done so well in your own business, I am certain you will be a successful sales professional. Take up a course in sales management and look for opportunities in sales or even customer relations.