You shouldn't change your career after you turn 40.
The belief that someone should pick one career and stick to it for life is really archaic.
My parents worked for the same company for 40 years, but I'm gen X, so enough said. 🙂
To be honest, I am celebrating when someone decides to take a different path.
That shows courage, self-respect, and ambition.
It takes all of that and more to endure:
🔴 Multiple rejections and not hearing anything back after applying
🔴 Not getting a chance for an interview even for the roles that are way beneath your level
🔴 Figuring out what additional course to take to improve your hiring chances
🔴 Struggling to identify your transferable skills
🔴 Writing xy versions of your resume that give no results
But, you don't have to go through this alone, and you shouldn't.
If you want to get RESULTS in your job search, it's time to stop playing this trial-and-error game and get strategic.
Make today the day you start doing things differently and ask for help.
I'm just one message away, let's chat. 💬 🌷
Works smarter, not harder, and follow me on LinkedIn for more job search and career development tips ➡️ Olivera Andjelkovic