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Hello si I m 38 years old service woman, since 11 years I am working in same company, now I am getting regular with the work, however I want to explore my self. I have applied also other sides for job, but no hopeful feedback. what should I do?

Ans: It is good to think of better career opportunities and different fields. But do you know where all you can venture to? I suggest you carry out a SWOT analysis and come up with some answers where you can exploit your talents better. All the best!
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