Not sure whether you should start a new job? What are some factors to consider? We’ve compiled a guide on how to successfully make a career change, and how to know when is the right time to do so. We’ve even included a checklist, check it out!
Reviewing your finances when contemplating a career change is a critical step in being prepared. This checklist includes ensuring your finances are in order, as well as ways to help determine if there are implications of leaving your current job financially.
Did you know that 47% of employees change jobs for better pay, and immediately following is a whopping 39% that change jobs because their current position is too stressful? The third reason? Better work-life balance, making up 37%. Aside from the various reasons employees change jobs, ensuring you make a strategic and well-thought-out career change is key. Here is a 10-step guide you can follow to do so.
Now that you know what to consider before making a career change, and you have a checklist to help you in the financial department, what are some of the most common mistakes that occur when starting a new job, and how can you avoid making them yourself? Find out here.
As if you didn’t have enough tips thus far, here are a handful more, such as putting in your notice, using your problem-solving skills, and asking smart questions. “By preparing yourself for this new role, you can feel more comfortable and confident at your new company”. Check it out!
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