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Changing jobs and careers

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15:00 PM | 2 August 2017
by Tijen Butler
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Are you thinking of changing your career path? Here are some tips to help you make that life-changing decision.

According to the London School of Business and Finance, an average of 47% of workers are unhappy in their career, looking for a career change in the next year.

Before you make the change

Workers hope for increased salaries, a healthier work-life balance and general job satisfaction. That is a fair wish, yet so many don’t feel valued in the workplace. If you’re one of them, then it’s time for a healthy change. Your happiness should be the priority.

"Your career should excite you."

Don’t be one of millions worldwide who constantly complain about the career you’re in. No one is forcing you to stay there. To quote Shia LaBeouf, if you want to change careers, “just do it”.

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