Let’s say you’re 30, 40, 50 or even 60. You want to start a whole new career. Maybe you’ve been a massage therapist and now you want to work on a help desk for an IT department. Or you’ve been a psychotherapist and now you want to work in the marketing department of a large […]
Just reading about Shaq O’Neal and LeBron James as an unlikelu duo of the season’s Cavaliers. LeBron, the younger guy, is the rising star while Shaq is…well, Shaq. I read his autobiography a few years ago. Let’s just say the dimensions of Shaq’s ego are proportionate to Shaq’s height and weight. The WSJ article shows […]
Mid-life career changers frequently consider relocation as part of their career planning. Sometimes they want to move to be closer to family and they wonder if they can find jobs in a new location. Or they’re experiencing layoffs, industry changes or just general boredom and they want to move to a new place. Moving can […]
Not strictly about mid-life career change, but addresses some concerns of mid-life career changers with aging parents or concerns about their own aging process: A very good article here.
Should an MBA degree be included in your mid-life, mid-career game plan? The answer is, “Getting a degree can be the best *or* the worst career decision of your life.” Recently a national newspaper featured an article questioning the wisdom of escaping tough economic times by returning to school. Their article was targeted to twenty-something […]