Career Education Options For Working Adults
Ask yourself this question: “Do I like what I do for a living?” If you answered “no”, what are you doing about it? Maybe you have a “good” job, but it’s not very rewarding to you personally. Maybe you have job with good pay, but bad hours or worse – a job with good hours, but bad pay. Perhaps you’ve just done your job for too many years, or are excited to work in some of the new careers that just weren’t available when you finished school.
Whatever the reason is for you wanting to switch careers, there are some practical considerations to take into account.
How long will it take?
How will I find the time to do it?
How much will it cost?
This article will answer these questions and point you towards a more fulfilling career.
Comment: That in the long run, continuing education pays for itself again, and again. So, don't think of just the cost involved, but rather focus on the return you will get.
How long will it take to train for a new career?
The answer to this depends on what you want to train for. But, the majority of well paying careers that are currently seeking workers, take two years or less to train for. For example, becoming a machinist takes about 10 months. Training to become an X-ray technician can be done in a year. There are...
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