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Mistakes to Avoid when Making a Career Change

By CareerBuilder

Very few people enter the workforce and immediately land their dream job right out of the gate. Getting there usually takes years of building skills and experience, often through multiple jobs, and sometimes even across multiple industries. At some point, you may find yourself considering a career change – a dramatic shift in the type of work you do or the type of organisation you do it for. Whether you want to course-correct your career path back toward your dream job or you’re simply not sure your current job is right for you, here are some tips to help you avoid common career change missteps. (Read More Here!)

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When F1 Drivers Retire: Lessons for Senior Workers

By Desiree Yang

Formula One (F1) drivers are defined by their love and avid passion for cars and all things related to the automotive industry. While the expiration date on their careers typically looms when drivers approach their mid-thirties, few ever seek jobs outside of the motor racing or automotive industry. (Read More Here!)

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Q&A: What Should I Do When My Dream Job Becomes My Worst Nightmare?

Question: I used to be happy with my job but I’ve come to hate it. I don’t know what I should do. Should I quit or are there other options that I should consider?

Answer: In situations like this, quitting will almost always seem like the most attractive option. However, the most attractive option might not always be the most ideal or feasible, and when it comes to something as important as a job, it’s important that one treads with caution. (Read More Here!)

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Q&A: Mid-Career Switch - Financial Consultants

Question: I’m feeling very unfulfilled in my current job. Can I make a mid-career switch to become a financial consultant?

Answer: Perhaps the lifestyle of a ‘banker’ in tailored suits and slick silk ties has caught your fancy – or you want a ‘click-clack’ rhythm as the elegant lady in pristine, four-inch stilettos. But to answer your question – of course you can! (Read More Here!)

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