Marcus Watts, managing director at Greenforce, believes that individuals can gain many benefits by taking up this form of travel.
However, he was keen to note that this will only be the case if the trip is planned so that it boosts a person's job outlook, and not just used for as an excuse to enjoy an expansive holiday.
Mr Watts explained: "Choose something targeted towards your career which helps your CV, therefore the cost is something that you will then get back by securing a job faster than other people or getting a better paid job."
Once people have returned from a gap year, Piya Khanna, executive coach at Change to Succeed, advises them to search for a career that they will love.
The expert acknowledged that this is because being in a job which is not enjoyable can lead to feelings of resentment and a deep sense of dissatisfaction" building up over time.
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Posted by Wayne Bly
Original: Salespeak News