By Tony McGuire , Brian Edwards
A JOB search website has rated a long list of 200 jobs, compared pay and stress and come up with the following:
IT LOOKS like Michael Palin’s long-lost dream of ascending to the position of lumberjack would only serve to send him on a spiral of disappointment.
Careercast.com – an American job search site – has put together a list of the worst (and BEST) jobs you could have in 2015.
The site says that “the report utilizes a wide range of criteria such as income, outlook, environmental factors, stress and physical demands to rank 200 U.S. jobs annually.”
The eyes immediately dart to the WORST job to have and.. the Daily Record office just got real quiet..
Here’s the list: Continue reading Check out the ten worst jobs you could have in 2015…and then plan a career change with a list of the best
By Gary Vaynerchuk | The Muse
When I say “Get off your but,” it’s not a typo. I mean: stop making excuses.
Full disclosure: I came upon this phrase because a viewer of the #AskGaryVee Show, Theresa, asked me about it. And I loved it immediately.
When you start a sentence with “I want to…” then end up with “but” midway through, you’re making an excuse. That’s all but is: an excuse. It’s not a word to use when you talk about your dreams and aspirations in life. If you are serious about your dreams, nothing will get in the way. Just keep moving forward, and eliminate “but” from your vocabulary. Continue reading To Change Your Life, Stop Saying “But”
There’s so much that makes career change difficult at midlife, and each obstacle seems harder than the last.
Which hurdle is tripping you up?
Not having the time to plan your career change?
Worrying you’ll be broke and homeless if you make the move to something you really love?
Thinking no one will hire you?
Not wanting to start all over at the bottom of a new career?
Or simply having trouble choosing a career that’s right for you? Continue reading THE SWEET SPOT: Choosing A Career That’s Right For You