If you’re thinking about changing jobs next year, now is the time to start planning
The year finishes fast. November slips past in the blink of an eye. Theholidays race in with a whirl of celebrations, shopping and travel.
Then the inevitable moment arrives when we pause and, with determination, plan for the New Year, with a list of goals and a dollop of dreams. Great Jobs for Everyone 50+
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If you're in the market for a new job— either part time or full — now is the time to write an action list. This is vital if you're in the midst of a career transition, planning for one, or building a new business in your second act.
Here are six ways to get started.
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