voluntary work

Time to be PROACTIVE about career change

If you are unhappy at work, (or thinking about returning to work after a break), it is easy to drift along until forced into action by a crisis. As it can take about twelve months to make a career change, it is important to start the process long before you reach breaking point. Knowing that you have an escape route planned often makes an unsatisfactory work situation more bearable!

Surviving Divorce and Moving On

Did you know that the highest number of divorces, in 2011, was amongst men and women aged 40 to 44 according to the Office for National Statistics?  

It’s time to spring clean your career

Stuck in a rut?

In the current climate ……….you can’t walk away from (or into) a job but you there are still things you can do to improve your situation 

•Try some voluntary work to boost your skills and make new contacts

•Find out about courses starting after Easter or get ready to apply for September

•Give your CV a makeover to show, at a glance, the skills and expertise you are offering

•Join a social group/club to widen your interests and make new friends

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