Are you tired of working in groups? Do you feel like you’re not a very collaborative type? Don’t worry–you’re not alone. Thousands of people switch their careers every year because they realize they’re not a good fit for traditional corporate life. Perhaps they want to take a more important role in their industries or maybe they prefer to work in solitude. Whatever the reason is, there’s nothing wrong with working alone and it can actually be beneficial for people to work by themselves.
If you think you’re better off as a solo worker, then here are a couple of career choices that allow you to work on your own. Keep in mind that not every job is completely isolated–you’ll eventually have to report back to someone or speak to clients, but in terms of the actual work itself, you’re on your own and in charge of your own workflow.
Do you feel like you’re stuck in the rat race? Spending the best years of your life working for a big corporation, earning them lots of money and without making a real difference in the world? If so, how about making a change? There’s no denying that switching careers is a bold and scary move, however our work takes up so much of our time and energy. If you’re not happy in the workplace and can’t find anything rewarding or interesting about your current job, you’re never going to be fully happy in life. Here are a few of the most rewarding careers you could consider if you are ready to make a switch.
You do everything right. You're top of the class in high school. You get into your top college. You finish with a degree that you are excited about in hopes of getting a job in your chosen field. But, these days, more and more people are leaving college with an expensive degree only to fall into the first career that says yes to them. It’s no wonder people are finding themselves stuck in jobs they loathe and lives they didn’t dream about. The problem is, it takes a number of years to realize this, by which time the fear sets in and you are not sure how you can get out of the cycle. You’re ready for a career change, but you haven’t the foggiest idea where to start, what else you could do, or what to draw on that drawing board of yours. This post has Top 4 tips to help you take the leap from the job your over and into the future you want.
Shortest horror story ever.....networking event! These words can be dreaded if your boss asks you to go on behalf of your company to a rubber chicken dinner (you know the ones where they serve the same, bland, food in the vacuous hotel ballrooms?) Well, networking does not have to be dreaded any more when you understand why it is so important for business and how to make it more bearable (and even effective!) with these tips.
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Landing your dream job might seem like something you could only ever imagine. However, setting yourself some clear goals and creating a plan to achieve them can help you to eventually get to where you want to be. It doesn’t matter what level you’re at right now; follow the steps in this guide and you could land your dream job sooner than you think.
M.E.L. is an attorney and small business entrepreneur whose mission is to help professionals conquer the workaday world with style and poise.
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