Mid Career

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Definition: Mid Career

Mid Career is the stage of an employee in the organization where an employee is continuously improving and understanding more about the business. Companies are critical of the employees performances i.e. good performances are appreciated and wrong doings are critical for the employees career. 

This stage is marked by:-

- Continuous improvement in the performance

- Levelling off in the performance

- Beginning of deterioration process

- Typical Age Range: 35-50

Many people haven’t faced so much of confrontations and dilemmas until they reach their mid-career stage. This is a phase in which people can either continue to make improvements in their performance or they can begin to decline. Those who are successful in making transition , later on become holder of greater responsibilities and get rewards. For others, it may be a time to reassess the things, change in the job , adjustment of priorities

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