Is It Time for a Career Change? (with Susan Clark)

3 May 2022 5:00 pm Online Career Change

Are you thinking about making a career change?

You’re not alone⁠—and we’ve the perfect live event recording that will motivate and inspire you to take that next step!

It’s estimated that the average person will change careers between five and seven times over the course of their working life.

The changing nature of work means that a career change may be more feasible for you than for previous generations.

People are increasingly working in new ways, be it flexibly, remotely or part-time!

While working might once have been viewed as little more than a means to pay the bills, it’s now widely accepted that finding a fulfilling career is one of the keys to a happy life.

With this in mind, perhaps it’s time for you to take a step back and look at some of the main reasons people take the leap and decide to make a career change.

Watch this recording of our live event with CareerFoundry career specialist Susan Clark, who will talk all about the telling signs that it’s time to move on⁠—and provide you with a bucketload of inspiration from her experience working with CareerFoundry graduates.

There’s also a Q&A where we answered all your burning questions.

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Susan Clark

Career Specialist at CareerFoundry

Susan Clark is an independent consultant in higher education. Driven to improve student success, she became a career specialist at CareerFoundry and started an alumni mentorship program at her alma mater to help others reach their professional objectives. Susan utilizes her network in recruitment and human resources, to make sure those she mentors stay up to date with the latest knowledge and practices.Susan has a background in marketing and journalism, is originally from the US, and now resides in Berlin with her cat. In her free time, she likes to read and knit. Pre-corona, she adored traveling and going out for brunch.