Shipping, and perhaps to an even larger extent, offshore, do not necessarily rank first today among professionals who target a leadership position or among specialists who are able to choose whichever sector they want to work in.
Why work on the seven seas for months? Why work with oil and gas when green energy is the only way to save our planet? Why should I, as an IT-specialist, work with a shipping company or freight forwarder when I can get a challenging job with a digital start-up together alongside other skilled and innovative IT-colleagues?
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