Help yourself

Klein, Pamela
March 2002
Indianapolis Monthly;Mar2002, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p42
Presents several guidelines for a career change. Consideration of passions and values in the decision; Enrollment in a class on the subject; Interview with the professional in the job interested.


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