Career/Job Changing Tips
Pilot --> Conservation Officer
Considering a Change: Exploring Your Options
Tip#2 - Learn new skills for a different career path.
Example: If you're interested in becoming a pilot, then you need to learn the skills in order to do so.
"Myfuture." :I Want to Change Career Paths. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2014.
Developing a Plan: Mapping Your Moves
Tip#2 - Use your hobbies to help decide on your new career or join a family owned business.
Example: You could become a conservation officer if you have always liked to go camping or watch and name the birds that fly by.
"10 Tips for Successful Career Planning." 10 Tips for Successful Career Planning. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2014.
Making the Change: Burning No Bridges
Tip#2 - Do not use the company's technology to find a different job for the respect of your colleagues and for your own reputation. You should use your personal phone outside of work hours to contact another employer.
Example: If you don't treat your fellow employees with respect then the authorities will arrive and kick you out and your boss will fire you before you even get your next job planned out.
"How To Quit Your Job Without Burning Your Bridges." Forbes. Forbes Magazine, n.d. Web. 10 Dec. 2014.
Beginning the New Journey: Showcasing Your Experience
Tip#2 - Research the company you are going to work for.
Example: If I was going into an interview your resume should be the best you can make it because the first impression always matters the most.