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New Career: Starting Over Is Never An Option

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New CareerIn my group coaching sessions inside CareerHMO, a common complaint from job seekers when it comes to contemplating a career change is, “I don’t want to start over.”

To which I say, “That’s okay, because you NEVER start over.”

Don’t be fooled into giving up dreams of a new career for this reason. It’s simply not true.

Watch this video to learn why you never have to start over. I also explain what you do need to do to make the change.

A new career is possible – but it’s up to you to connect-the-dots. Watch this video to learn how.

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J.T. O'Donnell

Job Search & Career Expert. Syndicated Speaker & Author. Wife. Mother. CEO of CAREEREALISM Media. Connect with her on Twitter or LinkedIn.

6 comments

  1. The concept and message behind this article is fantastic. People shouldn’t feel trapped in a career they don’t enjoy. Even better, you backed it up with facts.

    This is really inspiring and I’m glad I read it.

  2. Thank you for this article! It certainly sheds some hope on not having to start over for most careers. But I would think that there are still some careers for which this may be required. For example, if I’m coming from an IT field with no programming experience (maybe Project Management), and I want to pursue a programming career, isn’t that a very specific skill that I would have to show experience in to obtain. If I was doing Project Management for 7 years, I wouldn’t necessarily have that on the job experience…so for that specific skill-heavy job wouldn’t I need to start in (or near) an entry level position?

    Thanks.

  3. We are a Business Intelligence Training and Consulting firm. I wanted to be able to give back to others need the help, in Business Intelligence and Analysis fields we searches jobs today and found over 200,000 jobs. Training would cost someone $5000 to $10,000 but what I am offering is far less. Ho can I reach the 1000’s who need my services?

    • We are a Business Intelligence Training and Consulting firm. I wanted to be able to give back to others need the help, in Business Intelligence and Analysis fields we searches jobs today and found over 200,000 jobs. Training would cost someone $5000 to $10,000 but what I am offering is far less.

  4. Absolutely on target. I have bridged 3 industries in my 25 years and all with great success. You could not have offered a better example on how to capitalize on transferability of skills. Business is about processes. Find the processes you master and apply them in a new industry. You will be amazed at how similar the industries are. Good luck!

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