The best thing would be to have no non-competition at all. Otherwise, you should try to limit this situation as much as possible in the geographical area and in the long term. Limit it strictly to the area where the employer really cares about your work – not to the entire industry or the entire circle of work. You may, for example, ask yourself that the restriction on the clothing retail sector lies when you work in a clothing store, unlike retail in general, which would cover a very wide range of possible jobs that really have nothing to do with each other. The objective is to limit the agreement to what is necessary to protect the employer. You should also consider seeking severance pay in the event of involuntary termination. The majority of U.S. states recognize and enforce different forms of non-compete agreements. Some states, such as California, Montana, North Dakota and Oklahoma, prohibit non-compete agreements for employees or prohibit non-competition clauses, except in limited cases.  This is why non-competition bans are popular with companies working in states where they are licensed.
 They are widespread in commercial radio stations and television channels, particularly radio personalities and television personalities working for media groups. For example, if a radio or television station ceases to be licensed or licensed by a channel in the media market where they work, they cannot work for another competing channel in the same market until their contract with their former labour chain expires.  After a worker has violated the non-compete agreement and pays the employer non-winding compensation, the People`s Court supports that claim when the employer asks the employee to continue to fulfill the non-competitive obligations, as agreed. Legally not, but it may tell you that the employer does not consider the cost and risk of trying to enforce the agreement. It may also be that the employer decided that the agreement was probably not applicable anyway. It is not a guarantee that the employer will not try to impose it in your case, unfortunately.