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Look Before You Leap
The decision to change careers is a difficult one, but a career change can be rewarding if you make honest decisions and take the right steps.
Get to the bottom of your current situation, that way you'll avoid making the same mistakes twice.
A: You're what we call a career changer. You don't just want a new job, you want an entirely different job in a whole new field.
The decision to change careers is a difficult one and the transition can be tough. We don't suggest you undertake it lightly. But a career change also can be rewarding if you make honest decisions and take the right steps. We enlisted some help from Stephen Warren, author of The Purpose Principle, for advice on how to make a career change.
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