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  10 Myths About the Career Change Process
by Ron Visconti - Apr, 2008
During my 20 + years of counseling and career work with hundreds of individuals, I have noticed various recurring themes that always surface among career changers. It is not that career change is effortless - quite the contrary, career change is hard work. However, please do not rule out the possibility of career change, because you might think it will require more effort and planning, because in the end it will be more satisf...
 
  Changing Industries Without Changing Jobs: Challenges and Opportunities
by Ron Visconti - Apr, 2008
Thinking of changing industries? What hurdles will you face? What perceptions will hiring managers have of you? What should you do to present your best case? These are the questions you should ask yourself before changing industries. American workers frequently change jobs, going to new companies for better opportunities, more benefits, and greater stability. Within that scope of change, workers also change industries. Work...
 
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