They say the 30s are the new 20s. The age-old stigma of ‘getting your life together’ or ‘being sorted’ by the time you hit the triple-decade mark is part of a woebegone history, and we have evolution and changing social stigmas to thank for it. In fact, people are waiting until their 30s to dive off more aeroplanes, trek higher mountains, or delightfully snorkel among dolphins. Assuming that they are financially more stable and less reckless than they were in their 20s,
people in their 30s can ‘afford’ to have some fun. Personal life aside, there are certain parameters that 30-somethings should set as their vantage point, especially when it comes to productivity and success in their personal lives.
While there is no official guidebook on becoming the next Zuckerberg by 35, there are a few things you should definitely keep in mind in terms of your career before you hit that milestone.
Know if you’re in the right field
Your 20s are often considered your most experimental period, considering that you have the option of dipping your toes in multiple fields, subjects, and industries. Statistics suggest that almost 80 percent of workers in their 20s wish for a change in their career for various reasons
When you’re rallying for a beginners-level-job in your 20s, changing fields and starting from bottom-up isn’t an unfathomable expedition. However, if you’re looking to make a 360-degree professional change in your 30s,
then the transition may not be as flexible. To save yourself the pain of battling this out in the future, it would be a good idea to settle this right in your 20s.