Careers

A career is traditionally seen as a course of successive situations that make up a person's worklife. You can have a great career just by pursuing your dreams and goals, but most frequently "career" in this 20th century is referenced as a series of jobs or positions by which one earned one's money. It tended to look only at the past.

As the idea of personal choice and self direction picks up in the 21st century, aided by the power of the Internet and the increased acceptance of people having multiple kinds of work, the idea of a career is shifting from a closed set of achievements, like a chronological résumé of past jobs, to a defined set of pursuits looking forward. In its broadest sense, career refers to an individual's work and life roles over their lifespan.

In the relatively static societies before modernism, many workers would often inherit or take up a single lifelong position (a place or role) in the workforce, and the concept of an unfolding career had little or no meaning. With the spread during the Enlightenment of the idea of progress and of the habits of individualist self-betterment, careers became possible, if not expected.

We constantly look for enterprising indivuduals for a variety of positions in the group. If you are interested in working with the Twice Family please write to us with your most recently updated resume to hr@twice.in