A Career Change After 40

5 Tips For Choosing A College Major

Choosing a major is one of the most important decisions you can make during your college career. Majoring in the right field can expand your career opportunities after graduation. However, with all the different options out there, picking the right major may be very difficult. Here are five helpful tips for choosing a college major: Take a Couple Entry Level Courses If you are interested in at least two different majors, you should consider taking a couple entry level courses to find out what your true passion is. Read More 

3 Facts You Should Know About Massage Therapy for Your Carpal-Tunnel Syndrome

If you have recently been diagnosed with carpal-tunnel syndrome, it is important to know that there are options other than the wrist braces, medication, and modified use of the affected area that your physician may have suggested. One example is massage therapy, which presents with a wide variety of treatment options. Therefore, if you would like to alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with your carpal-tunnel syndrome, it is a good idea to be aware of the following information. Read More 

The Benefits Of The College Credit Plus Program

Has your high school counselor recently mentioned the College Credit Plus program? Many colleges offer this program to students who are interested in furthering their education at a faster pace while they are still in high school. There are several benefits of this program. Before you decide whether to go through with it or not, learning more about its advantages is important. You Can Obtain Your Degree a Bit Faster Read More 

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A Career Change After 40

Are you more than 40 years old and considering dropping everything to start a new career? Maybe you are over 50 or 60 or even more. My name is Ted, and I am here to tell you that you can start again any time in your life. There are lots of reasons people seek out new careers. Sometimes it is because they have experienced a sudden and unexpected job loss. Some people become dissatisfied with their jobs. Others have retired and want to start a new vocational adventure. No matter your reason for seeking a new career, I can tell you where and how to start. And continuing education can be a great place for many people to start.

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