I have built two decades of expertise at a senior level across banking and consulting. I did an MBA, was seconded, and then left my firm not long after returning. I spent a few years in government and then went into private equity. But over the past two years I have struggled to get a full-time role despite expertise in ESG, a good network and positive feedback from headhunters. I am losing my confidence. What should I do? Male, 40s
Jonathan’s answer will appear on Monday May 2.
Jonathan Black is director of the Careers Service at the University of Oxford. Every fortnight he answers your questions on personal and career development and working life. Do you have a question for him? Email: [email protected]