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Time For A Career Change? This Executive Coach Has One Piece Of Advice
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12 Sep 2018 01:58 AM EST

As an NYU executive coach, Erica Keswin dealt with clients who wanted to make a career change. Maybe they'd grown bored; maybe they felt stagnant; maybe they felt their true calling was elsewhere. But according to Business Insider, Keswin offered them all the same advice. When changing careers, either switch the job or switch the industry--not both. For example, let's say you work as a lab tech in a blood bank. You'd have a better chance if you applied for jobs as a lab tech in a factory. Or, you might do well to try for a job as an office manager in a blood bank. But you'd have the least luck applying for a job as an accountant at a non-profit!

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