If career growth had a formula to it, it would look like this:

F1.1 Growth = Experience x (Competence + Hard work)

If you add the context of your particular industry, then that adds another multiplication factor to make the final formula look like this:

F1.2 Growth = Experience x (Competence + Hard work) x Sector

Where Sector can be between say 0,5 to 2

So outdated or low-growth sectors play a negative role on your growth trajectory (value less than 1) and upcoming sectors such as IoT, AI, etc with a value more than 1, then play an exponential role in your career growth

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