Author: Future Manager Research Center
“ Will Covid-19 be responsible for the reemergence of Career Mapping? ”
The trajectory of the average worker has been changing over time. With the emergence of coronavirus and the increase in unemployment rates around the world, the trend is for this trajectory to change again.
In the past 50 years, workers have tended to prefer building a long career in just one company, until they retired. However, in recent years, there has been a shift to having different experiences in many companies, where career development and increased flexibility were prioritized over career mapping.
With the current challenges that face high unemployment rates, it is possible that we will see a shift again for career mapping. This may be due to increased competition for fewer opportunities available.
If this happens, what job seekers will be looking for?
– Priorisation of career growth
– Job stability and securitiy
– Learning and development opportunities within the company
On the other hand, career mapping may also bring positive results for organisations. When prioritising career growth for employees, they can shape and develop strong workforces. This increases the attractiveness of companies, which will positively impact on the level of talent pool aiming to work there.
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