The topic ‘how to select a right company for your career growth’ itself reminds me of a story. The story of an employer who eagerly wanted to hire an individual who was interested to work with them.
When the employer of a reputed IT web development company called him, he politely replied “Sorry, but I’m not interested. It was certainly the most essential and a big step from his current role, and he had all the right skills and qualifications.
The recruiter continued to convince him until he said something that really confused him. The candidate replied that he “already made it to the top”.
The employer was quite acquainted with his current company and looked at his resume again.
The employer wondered, he (the candidate) is not somewhere on the top. He would have needed a telescope to see the top. While at the same time, he was just a mere a pathfinder, not a manager.
To the perplexed recruiter, he explained that “making it to the top” for him meant he loved the exact work he did each day, he loved his company, he was treated fairly