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Making a Career Change and Why You Should Do it

If you’ve been considering making a career change but the uncertainty of finding a new job and starting fresh is intimidating, it’s time to move past your fears and make a leap of faith. Most people on average change their career several times throughout their lifetime. So if you’re hesitant to become a famous cook, a teacher, or a writer, for example, it doesn’t matter what age you are. What matters is that you’re willing to make the change. You never know, you may become a famous cook and you’ll need to find outstanding supplies so that your business can take off from a site like http://www.usfoodsculinaryequipmentandsupplies.com. If you’re unsure if you should make a career change or not, read on to make up your mind.

You Should Consider a Career Change If…

Your Lifestyle has Changed – If you are still at the same job that you were doing when you first got out of college but now you have a family and responsibilities, it’s clearly time to find a stable job with reliable hours. If you’re self-employed and the clients and pay are inconsistent, maybe picking up a part-time job doing something you love will help out. Weigh your options and figure out what the best scenario is for you and your family.
Jobs are No Longer Readily Available – Perhaps since you got your degree the economy has affected your type of career in more way than one. The industry you work in may no longer have as many jobs, which is making it more challenging to find the position you desire. If jobs are no longer plentiful in your industry due to the economy or type of degree you received, its time to look for a better occupation or go back to school to receive more credentials.
Your Job is Stressing You Out – Jobs can be stressful, and if your career has taken a stressful turn for some time now, it might be a good idea to change professions not only for your sake, but to preserve good health. A high stress job makes you a likely candidate for obesity, a heart attack, and other health issues that should never take place. Make your health the most important priority and move on to find a career that you will love. Stress is likely occasionally, but chronic stress should not be taking place. Enjoy a career and prosperity and success should follow.
Sierra is a freelance writer who enjoys writing about a variety of topics, from fashion to fitness.

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  1. Great post! I've been there, takes some getting used to but the reward is great.

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