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Making A Career Change At 30
Life-Changing Careers Advice
How We Can Help You Make A Career Change At 30
Here at Career Analysts, we have designed a professional career change programme specifically for adults who have been working for some years.
This course includes a series of career tests followed by in-depth career change advice given by a fully qualified career counsellor. It has been tailored to help you reflect on your situation and make mature decisions about where your want your career to go in the future.
In your professional life you may have established a successful career, but as lifestyle and priorities change as you move into your thirties and beyond, does your career still motivate you and reflect your ambitions and needs?
Your job may feel stale or boring, it might not fit into your family life or no longer fulfil your values and interests. Now is the time to re-evaluate who you are, what drives you and how making a career change at 30 can help you accomplish your dreams.
Our career change programme concentrates on building up a holistic profile of you – your motivation and values, your abilities and personality, your practical circumstances and home life – through a combination of psychometric tests and a one-on-one consultation with one of our highly experienced Occupational Psychologists.
Together we will consider your career options, assess your current position, review your career progress to date, and devise a realistic career plan for the future.
- Is there a better career for you where you can be really happy?
- Are you using your talents to the full?
- Is it time for a career change?
Come away from this programme with all the renewed confidence and determination that comes with knowing who and where you are, that all those fundamental questions have been answered, and that you can now look to the future with your own, unique, conclusive career plan.
For those who are ready to try something completely new, the career change consultants at Career Analysts can also help you to examine options such as starting your own business and finding ways to integrate your personal interests, values and hobbies into your career.
To find out more about our career change at 30 programme, contact us on 0800 999 7778. Alternatively, you can book a place on our Career Change programme to get careers advice from one of our career counsellors.
It is useful to take time every few years to reflect on your career development. This will ensure that you are completely happy with your career and how it impacts on your life.
After all, people change and even if you are successful in your current position, it could be time for something different. Maybe you have new priorities in life that you need to think about – such as a growing family.
Indeed, you might even want take on a new career that’s more fulfilling, reflects your changing life values or simply want to try something different.
Whatever your circumstances, we can help make your career change at 30 a reality. Our career change counsellors at Career Analysts will help to keep you on the right career path.
Are you getting the most from your career?
Some questions that we will help you to answer about your career choices:
- Am I happy and successful in my career? – Job satisfaction is important, especially since so much of your time is spent in the office.
- Am I getting personal fulfilment from my career choice? – It’s not unusual to get bored or burnt-out from doing the same job every day.
- Am I getting new opportunities? – This can be a good way to keep your career fresh and rewarding.
- Am I doing the right kind of work at the right level? – If you’re feeling apathetic about your career, you might need a role with more responsibilities or challenges.
- Am I progressing as I think I should – if not, how can I accelerate this? – It can sometimes be difficult to see that your professional growth has slowed or completely stopped.
- 6. Am I working in an organisation that’s the right size for me? – Depending on your career choice and your personal preferences, you may want to consider a move to a larger company or a smaller one.
7. Do I have the quality of life I really want? – This could be in relation to your salary, working hours, commute or stress level.
8. Am I making the most of my talents, abilities, experience and qualifications? – If not, there might be a career option where your skills could be better utilised.
9. Should I re-train or update my qualifications? – Ensuring that your skills and knowledge are up-to-date can be a great career development strategy. It can also boost your interest and motivation.
10. How do I find new challenges and opportunities? – This will depend on your career choices, but options could include networking, seeking more responsibility in your current role or actively looking at a change of career.
11. Am I respected by my boss and colleagues? – If you don’t get the recognition you deserve from colleagues, it may be because they can see that you are not happy in your career.