Changing Careers

Among other things, have to check if the race is incorrect, or if the motivation to change careers is based solely on monetary compensation or because something is wrong in his personal life. Before running a career change I suggest you make a list of their career prospects. For example, if you could have any job you want, what would it be? Ask yourself these questions: – What would it offer? – What kind of work is done? – What size organization do you want to work? – Want to be a big fish in a small pond? Or a small fish in a big pond? – What kind of people you enjoy working with? – How dynamic environment you like? – Do you prefer working on the bleeding edge or leading edge of the field? – Do you prefer business analysis where users interact with functional or systems analysis in the remaining more technical? – Do you prefer working with global systems and local systems? Create a list of things I really like your current career. If you have trouble filling out the list, in fact it may be time for a career change. Develop a list of things you’d like to do when your needs are satisfied in their current position. Look around your present company to see what position may provide greater job satisfaction. Then go through the process again to see if the job is what you think it is. Reminds me of the lawyer who worked hard to pass the bar exam, worked his butt off to make partner, then one day found himself asking “is that all?” And why am I so happy with this job? “Thousands of dollars later, and counselor realized that he was a lawyer, because all the men in his family had been lawyers.

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