Back in the Saddle, on a New Trail
- Voices in Transition: Lessons on Career Adaptability. Ebberwein, Christopher A.; Krieshok, Thomas S.; Ulven, Jon C.; Prosser, Ellie C. // Career Development Quarterly;Jun2004, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p292
Occupational problems have negative consequences across life domains, yet relatively little research addresses the psychological resources necessary for the adult career transition. Considering Super's concept of career adaptability (D. E. Super & E. G. Knasel, 1981), the authors outline what...
- Map Your Career Through Value Streams. Whitacre, Teresa // Quality Progress;Dec2006, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p71
The article focuses on the use of value stream in mapping career developments and identification of career value in the U.S. The author discusses the importance of career mapping as well as determining the direction that one's career is going. Moreover, he talks about the use of value stream...
- Prisoner or participant? Lock-up or launch pad? // Appliance Retailer;Dec2011, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p8
The article offers the author's perspective regarding the factors to consider in career change. The author shares the experience of his friend who has been successful after seeking new challenges and considering a major career change. He also suggests the need for people who seek changes in...
- Click Here for a New Career. Nemko, Marty // U.S. News & World Report;3/20/2006, Vol. 140 Issue 10, p54
The article lists recommended websites that offer career advice and information. Included are www.onestopcoach.org, www.rileyguide.com/prepare.html, www.job-hunt.org, www.mylifecoach.org and www.careervoyages.gov/careercompass-main.com. The sites offer advice to a range of job seekers, from high...
- POSITIVE TURN. Percival, Jennifer // Nursing Standard;10/12/2005, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p69
Provides question and answer advisory on career development. Avoidance of encouraging ideas that refrain an individual from fulfilling career goals; Learning of a valuable lesson from life's mistakes; Willingness to change for the better; Consideration of a promising opportunity.
- Who Are You Arguing With? Goldsmith, Marshall // Fast Company;Apr2005, Issue 93, p99
This article offers career change guidelines. Everyone has heard speeches that claim, You can do it!, and, Follow your dreams! Abandoning one job or career for another is much easier to say than do. Especially when you are, by any measure, a winner in life and the position you are in is quite...
- NEXT STEPS. // Community Care;10/7/2004, Issue 1543, p54
Features David, a team manager that works with older people, who is seeking advice on his career options.
- IT'S MORE THAN MONEY: Is a Non Profit Career Right for You? Czarnecki, Judy // Career Planning & Adult Development Journal;Summer2005, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p76
Provides guidance to people who view working in the non-profit sector as a career change. Factors that made the sector recruit people with business backgrounds; Reasons for considering a career in the non-profit sector; Skills needed for a non-profit career; Comparison between non-profit and...
- SEEING IT BOTH WAYS. Robles, Ana Marie // Nursing Standard;6/1/2011, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p64
Ana Marie Robles has found her nursing experience invaluable in her switch to becoming a doctor.