The career in current times has been redefined. For different workers working in different contexts, many ways exist to subjectively understand the career experience. However, this is not the career definition change that is presented by researchers. What the researchers argue is a change that has happened in the formal stages of career development. The shift as presented by Wilton (2013) is that “a shift from external careers, where the formal stages and roles are defined by organizations and society, to internal careers which involve a subjective sense of where one is going in one’s work life” (p. 306). In this sense, it could be said that employees have more freedom to choose the career path they want in current times. They need not simply walk out the course of a prescribed work path, but would get the option to choose what form of a career path they want for themselves. This is a positive implication. Similarly, researchers like Bird and Miah (2007) and Wilton (2013) placed the argument that the very conceptualization of career is not to hold the person in place, but rather to allow the employee to accumulate knowledge while rendering the job duties (Sullivan, 1999). Accumulation of information and knowledge embodied in skills and relationship networks through workplace practices is the outcome of a career. Careers are then understood as some of connective tissue when it comes to personal development too (Parker et al., 2009). In such a context, the very concept of career is brought outside the employment norms, and status, self-worth and development could be understood in the personal level.