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Six Steps to Switching to a New Career

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) August 25, 2010

With unemployment at an all-time high, several people who are unhappy in their jobs might really feel stuck. They want to switch to a new career, but are afraid they do not stand a opportunity, given today's competitive job industry. Plus, many have no notion how to go about generating the career shift.

"Most people have several different careers during their lifetimes," said Henry Neils, president of Assessment.com. "As a outcome, we have to be on a perpetual understanding curve, acquiring new information and abilities all the time. Gone are the days when we went to school, learned what we necessary to and stopped mastering when we landed a job."

Neils mentioned that switching careers demands an even greater commitment to studying and increasing, and at a a lot-accelerated pace. "It may be a steep studying curve, but it's worth it if you discover a career you are passionate about," he stated.

A very good place to begin in finding the correct profession fit is to take the free MAPP career test, available at http://www.assessment.com. Over 7 million individuals in nearly every single nation in the world have taken the MAPP test, the 1st and most comprehensive on the web career test for customers. Everybody who takes the MAPP test receives a totally free partial career assessment and 5 profession matches, and can upgrade to a much more full "Profession Seeker" package for a flat fee of $ 39.95.

These six guidelines will help you swiftly hop on the studying curve and a path to your new career: