I Need a New Career For

By | February 2, 2017
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I Need a New Career For A Better Lifestyle- ready for a career change

Hey everybody, if you ever made the statement; “I need a new career for…”  well, in this article I will explain the things you need to consider while preparing for a new career, such as seeing if you are qualified for a new career, considering a career coach, utilizing online tools to figure out new career interest, and what to do to get ahead in your new career.

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You do not know this, but I recently made a career change. I reinvented myself in a way that allows me to help others, I work when I want, and I network with people from around the world.    About Me,

I Need A New Career For…

Do you?  Do really?  What are your justifiable reasons for saying I Need a  New Career For…whatever reason?  Your reason for wanting a new career better be thought out.  Dread going to work?  Staring at the clock all day?  Feeling no passion for the work you so.  Or your company is downsizing.  These are just a few reasons people find a new career path.  When you begin to lose interest, you find something that interests more.

Why does it happen?

Career change is a natural life progression; most studies show that the average job-seeker will change careers (not jobs) several times over the course of his or her lifetime.   It could be time for your career change.I Need a New Career For A Better Lifestyle- The company moved and didn't tell me where

Take it slow, and prepare yourself to make the transition as smooth as possible.  make sure a career change is what you really want and should do.  However, before you throw caution to the wind and quit your job.  You should do some careful thinking to make sure you’re making the right decision

A Six Step Plan

Step 1: Assessment of Likes and Dislikes.  People change careers because they do not like their job anymore. the travel, their employer, or the company.  That is a straight forward an easy list to make.  However, the key is to point yourself in the right direction.  What excites or drives your passion?  If you’re unsure, do a self evaluation 

Step 2: Researching New Careers. Once you know your passion, research the different types of jobs in your niche. If  choosing a path that’s related to your current job, not much research will be needed.  Furthermore, you can leverage your skills for your new career.  If your passion is unrelated to your current position a more in depth research should be applied.
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Step 3: Training and Education. Your passion may require you to do more than research.  More training and education may be what you need.  But if you are following your passion you should be welcoming the challenge.  Take it slow,  Take a course or two at a time.

Step 4: Networking.  Lend your networking abilities to get leads, advice and information about a company or industry you are considering.  Step out the box and expand you network network by joining forums.

 

Step 5: Find a Mentor. Changing careers is a major decision in ones life.  Find a mentor that is straight forward in their approach, ant you the trying times. Your mentor may also be able to their network to help you. The more authoratative a mentor has, the more success you may have. I Need a New Career For A Better Lifestyle-are you in the right career

 

Step 6: Be Flexible. You’ll need to be flexible about nearly everything – from your employment status to relocation and salary. Set positive goals for yourself, but expect setbacks and change – and don’t let these things get you down. Besides totally new careers, you might also consider a lateral move that could serve as a springboard for a bigger career change. You might also consider starting your own business or consulting as other avenues.

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Thanks for stopping by. I wish you all the best with your online business, what comes to mind when you say I Need A New Career For…   If i is a better lifestyle you want, and have it in fulfilling and legal way.  Let us communicate, share a comment or question and I will get back in touch with you.

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10 thoughts on “I Need a New Career For

  1. Jonathan

    These are really applicable steps to take for anyone looking for a career change. These steps should be included in a plan for those looking to switch careers. We sometimes get too emotional about quit our jobs for many reason, and having this tip or steps will not just relieve some stress about looking for a job, but also a point to the right direction.

    Great Post! Have a great job!

  2. Maurice Jackson Post author

    Thanks for responding I appreciate it. It is going to take time, participation, and you being able to write in the same vernacular as those in your forum.

  3. Josh

    Good stuff. It’s something that I have been thinking about.
    But, I know what I want to do and where I want to be.

  4. Roxana Guy

    Wow! This was a great read! I am actually going through this myself in life! I work part time (Fri, Sat and Suns only) at a local grocery store because I am a stay at home mom and have been for the last almost 8 years. The reality is my youngest starts school this August freeing me up to return full time to work and advance toward a career. I haven’t decided exactly what to do just yet, but I have lots of ideas one being possibly finding office or corporate work doing something introductory to SEO skills and website building. I have learned a lot in the year, and I’m learning more everyday, so your article really resonates with where I am in my life!

    I think my favorite part of your article is talking about a career change verses a job change. I never thought about it in that aspect. I usually think of the two in the synonymous aspect. So that’s a real eye opener and personal philosophy game changer. Great read, and thanks for the share!

  5. Furkan

    I actually (hopefully) found a new career but can’t do networking well. I visit forums send messages, contact some of pages related to my career. I get some results but it is not much as I expected. Do you have any suggestions for building up “network”?

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