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Hi Sheetal,\nI have worked in an IT industry for 8 years in Software testing field.That mainly inclu
Hi Sheetal,\nI have worked in an IT industry for 8 years in Software testing field.That mainly included manual and automated software testing of various projects.\nI am an engineering graduate and a mother of two kids ( 7.5 yr and 2.5yr)\nI was on a maternity break for 3.5 years and now since my younger one has started going to school i am planning to resume work.\nI can work from 9 am to 3pm. \nSince my Older kid returns from school at 3 pm and i want to be at home when kids come from school.\nIs there any such domain / field in IT industry which i can join ?\nWill the orgnisations give this flexibility of working hours ?\nI am ready to choose alltogether a different field maybe HR or Admin or process related works.\nI dont want to go into more technical stuff now since work pressure and deadlines will not allow me to work in specific time.\ncan you please guide me?\n\n
06 Jul 2017, 11:39am
Hi Shubhangi, Congrats on taking charge of your career. A lot of organizations today are offering great deal of flexibility. Infact, a couple of our clients in Bangalore offer early start and early finish hours. A lot of companies even have dedicated returnee programs for women which do not have heavy work pressure and strict deadlines. But, you have to earn it in an interview. If you ask this question in an interview without demonstrating your passion for your career restart, it might be a red flag for the interviewer. If however, you are sure you are unable to work beyond 3 pm - freelancing can be an option. If you have decided that you want to change careers - You will have to retrain in that field and start afresh. Something for you to carefully decide. Anyway, drop me a note if you need to know more about reskilling options. Happy to help. All the best :)
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