Deciding to change your career can be a liberating and exciting journey but it can also be intimidating and difficult to navigate.
Maybe you are in your thirties and you have had a career before that is coming to an end, or maybe you are in your forties and planning to change your career, reset and restart. Or maybe, you are in your twenties and want to start fresh. Regardless, every new career requires dedication and it presents challenges and opportunities.
From choosing the right career path, evaluating it, validating it, to getting a qualification and finding a job, there is a lot to go through.
One of the biggest challenges for people starting their new careers is the very first step of figuring out which industry to look at. This is one of the reasons why people actually never start a new career in the first place.
To inspire you starting a new career, we have analysed over 30,000 graduates at Future Fit Training, their careers and how they built their businesses to give you the most comprehensive guide on career change you will find anywhere.
In this guide, you will learn the types of careers opportunities that exist and that are actually feasible, we will show you the best places to search for new career ideas, you will learn how to understand market demands and how to find your earning potentials. We will obviously also help you find jobs and how to build your own business. In the end, we will give you the advice of our expert career advisors.
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Jump to chapters:
- How to find career change opportunities
- Where to look for career ideas
- Trending careers in sport and nutrition
- Choosing a career and specialization
- Evaluating your new career move
- Validating your new career move
- University, online course, or diploma
- Finding a job or building your own business
- Pros and cons of changing career in peak season
- Final thoughts
- Quotes from our career advisers
- About the author - Luca Tagliaferro