At what age do you become too old for a career change? The answer is: you don't. While changing careers can be more difficult for seasoned workers, there really is no reason why you have to stay in a job you don't enjoy. Career change is possible for anyone and at any age.
It takes a special type of woman to bring home six figures; not just any woman can do it. This doesn't mean that you can't be one of them, only that you will need certain traits to succeed in your career development. Here are five of them.
Finding any job in today's economy can be tough, but finding a job that will provide a six-figure income can prove especially difficult. Jobs with six-figure incomes aren't easy to come by, and even if you do find one, there is no guarantee you'll get the job. That doesn't mean that you can't focus your career development efforts and increase your chances, however. Here are four career development obstacles you will likely face when looking for a job with a six-figure income and how to overcome them.
Most people don't just stumble upon their dream job as soon as they enter the workforce. Instead, they have to decide what they want to do and then find and take the steps they need to get there. The first step to reaching your dream job isn't going back to school; it's career development goal setting. Here are four ways goal setting can help you with career development.
Making a career change is always a big leap of faith. Whether you’ve been downsized from your old job or this career change is your own choice, launching into a job search can be overwhelming. At this point, I always like to remember the Mary Poppin’s school of thought that “A teaspoon of sugar makes the medicine go down!” So, let’s start with 4 ways to make your job search fun!
If you’re in the process of making a career change, then you might be concerned about your current credit score. Especially if you’ve been in the career change mode for a little while, tight times often show up in your credit report right away. The good news is that most background checks usually don’t use a credit score to disqualify a potential candidate. So, how are credit scores used by employers while you undergo your career change?