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Old 04-07-2006, 11:34 AM
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Career Change Considerations

At some point in your life, you may decide that your chosen profession isnít as fulfilling as it once was or that youíre tired of the monotonous drag of it. As a result, you decide that a change of careers is in order. When this happens, there are some things that you should consider.

For example, what type of new career will be most rewarding to you? After all, why change careers if youíre not going to be happy with that decision. Outside of the aspect of having a career that is self-fulfilling, is your change of employment going to provide you with ample salary to make it worthwhile? Itís important to plan for your budget in the effort to cover your needs.

Next, you should consider your qualifications that will help you achieve your goal of career change. Outside of good communication skills, do you also possess the technical and/or managerial skills necessary to meet the demands of the job? Thereís also the consideration of your education level. Do you have what it takes?

Finally, thereís always the possibility of traveling further to the job site or even relocating to a different city or state. While some people donít mind having this type of change in their lives, not everyone is prepared to go that far. This is certainly something that must be taken into account when choosing your new career settings.

These are only a few things to keep in mind when considering a change in careers. Ultimately, the decision is yours, so remember that nothing worthwhile having is ever achieved unless you take a chance!

David Shubert
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Old 05-02-2006, 02:47 AM
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I've got a question..

What happens when the head goes off before the tail?
will this be enough sign to seek a greener pasteur (not necessarily a carreer change)?

Any comments or advice?

Thank you in advance...


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