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Should you switch careers?

Want to know a secret? No one really knows what they’re doing. That includes all the people on Instagram and LinkedIn that seemingly hit their dream jobs by the time they’re 22. In fact, plenty of people consider switching careers after realizing they're not where they want to be in life. For some, switching careers is essentially like doing whatever makes them truly happy. Others have stuck with one thing for security and rolled with it. Have you ever switched before?

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No one ever does what they want right away. In fact, some people don’t know what they want, ever. Why settle for a job you can’t stand when we have the tools and the wherewithal to switch careers easily. Want to become a writer? Start a blog and get a portfolio going. Coding? No problem! The career world is your oyster. Shuck it your way.    

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This generation is not our parents’ generation, where we land one job and stick with it till our pensions kick in. There’s a freedom to that; we’re not beholden to anything, really. Happy job hunting!

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Careers aren’t everything for everyone. A job is just a job: It pays the bills and gives you medical care. If you find something you don’t hate, why wouldn’t you stick with it for an extended amount of time?

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There’s also the fact that not everyone has the luxury of bouncing around from job to job unburdened. As mentioned earlier, there are bills and medical attention you need to think about in the back of your head. Security is a good thing, and sometimes when you get something that’s secure, you have to work in order to make it work.  

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Should you switch careers?
A festive crown for the winner
#MakeCareerSwitch
#StayWithCareer