It’s not unusual to get to a point in your career where you start thinking about a career change.
If you have worked in the same role since graduating from college, what was once fresh and exciting can start to feel boring and mundane.
Careers can and should be flexible.
We spend most of our lives at work, so it is only right that you feel happy and fulfilled at the office. There is no guarantee that what interested your 18-year-old self when you chose your college major will still be of interest in your mid-40s.
Your hobbies may have changed somewhat, or you may be considering adjusting your health and stress levels.
It is thought that today’s millennial generation (born 1980–2000) will change jobs up to five times during their career.
As millennials make up a significant part of the workforce, it stands to reason that midlife career changes will become increasingly common.
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