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    Thursday
    May192011

    Career Change Articles, Advice and Top Tips

    We have now written several articles on career change and we thought that it might be helpful to aggregate a few of our articles so far incase you missed a couple:

    Should I change careers?

    This is the first question we are likely to ask ourselves when we first start thinking about a career change. See if the points made in this blog help you find your way.

    10 Things You Must Do Before Making a Career Change

    These steps walk you through some key career change considerations. Make sure you know what they are.

    Changing Careers in a recovering economy

    Timing is key in making a career change work so think about when you want to make this change

    Taking the Next Step in Your Career

    Self belief is crucial in making a career change successful. Read this article along with the others listed below to gain confidence through this challenging time:

    Am I too old for a career change?

    This is a question many of us ask. No you are not too old for a career change - is the simple answer!

    Career Change at 50: A Change is Coming

    If you are mid career or heading towards your 50s and 60s, it's not too late to make that crucial career change. For some of us a change has been coming for a while so see what you can do about it.

    What do you really really want from a career change?

    Make sure you know what you are looking for before you start making changes.

    From Civil Servant to the World of Consulting and Back Again

    This is one case study and story of a career changer who moved between the public and private sector. See what this person experienced and went through

    For a more structured approach to your career change - check out our 100 Essential Career Change Tips. See our latest 85 Mid Life Career Change Tips too for even more help with your career change.

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