Reinventing Yourself for Multiple Careers

Written by Mary Carroll

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Most people find fulfillment by doing what they’re good at. By evaluating your skills, interests, strengths and desires you will be able to see a connection between what it is that you value and what you excel at. These arerepparttar building blocks that you can turn into a new career.

While your new career is still inrepparttar 138674 planning stages, you can gain valuable information by: -Attending professional meetings and informal gatherings. -Networking. -Joining an online career discussion group. -Asking questions.

You are likely to need some additional education in order to begin a successful new career, start by improvingrepparttar 138675 skills you already have. Sometimes, learning a few new software programs is simply all it will require. Should you choose to return to college, learning new skills is much easier when you are motivated to begin a new life.

Once you have chosenrepparttar 138676 kind of work you wish to pursue and acquiredrepparttar 138677 necessary education, be sure to edit your resume to reflect your strengths and skills in this area.

Don’t be surprised if your job search lasts a little longer than usual. Concentrate on companies that are seeking people with your reworked skill set and eventually you’ll find an employer who will valuerepparttar 138678 knowledge and experience you gained from your previous career(s).

It is vital today, more than ever, to remain versatile to stay employed. A successful career will evolve over a lifetime if you are continuously open to new possibilities. You must constantly seek opportunities for self-improvement and professional growth in order to be prepared for your next reinvention.

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Mary Carroll at the beginning her fourth career. Hers career has progressed from photojournalist to catalog graphic designer to photo stylist. Mary is currently employed at Video Professor, the leader in self-paced software learning tutorials as a customer advocate.

Hollander Consultants Fills Deputy Director of Training Position

Written by Matthew Bratschi

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“Ms. Ewing started with Hollander Consultants over one year ago and has shown herself to be quite capable of holding a position of seniority. I believe that she will add a significant presence torepparttar area and will provide much needed support torepparttar 138560 Training Department,” stated Eric Korb, Vice President for Client Services.

Hollander Consultants was recently named one ofrepparttar 138561 top 50 companies to work for in Oregon by Oregon Business magazine,repparttar 138562 leading publication for Oregon businesses. Hollander Consultants is one ofrepparttar 138563 leading national consulting firms in United States and Canada forrepparttar 138564 combined dentistry, optometry and veterinary professions and usesrepparttar 138565 administrative systems developed by business management pioneer, L. Ron Hubbard.

Hollander Consultants can be found online at Hollander Consultants also maintains an online quarterly magazine, Solutions, which is located at


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