The Mid-Life Career Change

Dr. Purushothaman
December 3, 2013


Starting a new career is something that most people would prefer not to think about. Even if they are unhappy in their jobs and dissatisfied with their career direction, the thought of starting over can be intimidating to many people. This tendency increases with age because the more time you have invested in a career, the less likely you are to be willing to move away from it.

Based on current economic conditions however we may no longer have a choice. With unemployment at a 14 year high and with over 1 million Americans losing their jobs in 2008 alone, the economic meltdown is impacting entire industries, not just individual companies. The experts believe that this trend will continue into the foreseeable future and that it will completely reconfigure the global employment picture.

Despite the old adage of being unable to teach old dogs new tricks, learning a new career need not be as difficult as it sounds. Even if you have been working for a long time and are years removed from school, moving into a new career can be a pretty straightforward process. The key is to find a work and employment environment that meets your needs and that will allow you to achieve your goals.

It might also be a blessing in disguise because if you are currently unhappy with your job and your career, being forced to start a new one might in fact be a life-changing event that you need to take you to new levels of success and happiness. Many people stay in a career because they feel they have no options, even though they are unhappy and unfulfilled. For many, losing a job is the catalyst required to reinvent oneself and to go on to much bigger and better things.

The Internet has presented many disgruntled corporate ladder climbers with an opportunity to begin a whole new career and to forge a whole new lifestyle. A home-based network marketing business that uses the Internet to access customers around the world offers the flexibility to work where ever you like, and earn an income far above average. Many new Internet entrepreneurs are surprised--and quite pleased--when they realized that they are earning far more than they were in their previous job.

The Internet is open for business 24/7, 365 days a year. If you are worried about your job, your new career might be no further away than your computer monitor. Go online and look for an opportunity that will meet your income requirements and fulfill you professionally. You just might find your dream career.

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