Changes are an integral of life that is not static and is always moving forward for the good or for the bad of each person. Changes bring novelty and are often seen as the driver of progress since when new developments are introduced, people’s life irrevocably changes one way or the other.
Moreover, changes bring new perspectives and visions of life and profession and open horizons one never suspected he or she had. It is important to remember that changes take place all the time. They may go unnoticed or drastically transform people’s lives, but they are always there. Advocating for changes, a person not only accepts the inevitable transformation but heralds it, thus being at the forefront of innovation. It allows us to embrace the coming innovations and transformation more fully and get ready for the coming events.
Career-long learning presupposes the development of new skills throughout a person’s working life. When one constantly works to improve his or her skills and learn something new, one’s mind develops allowing a person to work more effectively. Moreover, career learning presupposes effective mastering of new information in order to use it, achieving certain goals leading to personal well-being.
Studies show that cognitive abilities last longer in those who are actively engaged in mental activity. Elderly people who continue to develop and work are many times less likely to suffer from senile dementia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s diseases. Thus, career learning improves the quality of life and life expectancy. Another aspect where the effect of career learning can be especially beneficial is a person’s adaptation to changes. Indeed, when a person is knowledgeable in many fields, he or she adapts to changes easier and quicker.