Expect Some Bumps in the Road If You're Making a Career Change
Published: Aug 01, 2007
You would think workers in their 20s and 30s would be less daunted by the thought of career change. They're young, right? It seems obvious to make a change before you're saddled with a mortgage, college tuition, older parents to assist and all the obligations that weigh on you at mid-life. But many young workers see it differently. The young and the restless can make tentative career-changers, because, as one worker with an infant and a toddler told me recently, "It's not just my happiness at stake." Good point. But there's another way to view it. If your work is making you so unhappy, you're not doing your family any favors staying in that line of work either. Read full article below.