Career Change Checklist:
1) If you are not using your best skills - it's time for a change.
2) If you/your strength is not being celebrated on your job - it's time for a change.
3) If you are not learning and can not stand critique (seeking critique is a sign that you are where you should be).
4) If you hate doing your job.
5) If you can not get along with the people you work with.
6) If your job is costing you more than you are profiting.
7) Lastly, if you are not productive.
These of some signs that it is time for a career change. Thanks for asking.
For me it was time for a career change when I no longer felt satisfied with the current position I had. At the end of the day if you are feeling unfullfilled, or have that empty filling it is time to look for a higher ground.
by jagandelight 8 years ago
How do you know when it's time for a career change?
by Terasa Trotter 21 months ago
Is a career change at 40 possible??
by Tom Vogler 6 years ago
If you had 18 years Retail Experience and wanted a career change, in what fields would you apply?(Besides Freelance Writing and these work from home marketing scams.)
by Donna Fairley Huebsch 6 years ago
What are some tips for making a career change when you're in your late 50's?
by keithlipke 7 years ago
Have you thought about a career change, but didn't do it? Why...what made you change your mind?
by wiserworld 5 years ago
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