Changing careers can feel a bit intimidating at any age. That's especially true when you're considering making a major transition late in life. Then again, recent trends suggest that your chances for success may be greater than you think.
Whatever your career path, you’ll probably run into a few occasions when you’re faced with a decision that could dramatically change your future.
Some of us get a lot more done at work than others. If you’re one of those people that never accomplishes as much as you should, you need some new strategies. Being productive is about preparation and good habits.
Do you have a university degree? When you attended college, you invested in an education that can benefit you for the rest of your life. Getting the most out of your college experience can make a big difference in your future.
Sooner or later, it is something we all face: a job we cannot stand. It might be the job itself, the corporate environment, or the boss. There is just something that rubs you the wrong way. Avoid the temptation to just quit. The situation might be salvageable.
The stress of commuting is a serious challenge for many working adults. Some of us had many months working from home during the pandemic and developed entirely different patterns. As you transition back to working in the office, the commute may be something of a dread. You can take constructive steps to manage that stress before, during, and after your daily commute.