At 35, you may be going through what some people call a “mid-life crisis,” or you may just be bored with the career track you have chosen. Moreover, several 35-year-olds are also experiencing an economic slowdown and find themselves out of work, hoping to create new opportunities.
An effective career change requires that you consider your diverse talents and skills: changing careers at 35 means that you have the opportunity to turn your passions into a primary focal point of your life. Moreover, finding out this new vocation means that you will have more interest in your job and find easier to remain competitive.
A career change choice requires precisions, decision and complete strictness to follow it. Here are some ideas which you can implement.
- Think about your decision
Be very specific about what you do and do not like about your current work - it may be your role, your boss, the working environment or your terms and conditions. Think about exactly what would make your working life more enjoyable, so your next choice will be the right one.
- Do some research
You may be thinking that you want a complete change, away from everything, but be sensible. Think about other roles or jobs where you can use the knowledge, skills and capabilities that you have built up. Talk to the people you work with to find out if there are opportunities associated with your work: suppliers, fellow project members or members of a professional association.
- Think about your passion
When you are thinking about a new career, be sure that it is something you really are interested in. It may be that although your reasons for moving are financial, a rich salary may not be enough to keep you interested. The money may be right but remember that you will be doing this job every day.
- About 360 GSP
An industry focused professional training combined with academic learning looks like the best option because you will be able to acquire the hands-on practical experience you need to apply the knowledge you learn in professional real-world enterprise environments.
360 GSP is an excellent example for individuals that would like to pursue a career in IT technical support or IT networking. We have been in the industry since 2003, specialised in Computer Networking, Network Security, Virtualisation, Infrastructure, VoIP and Other related technologies. Over the past decade we have trained around 8,000 IT professionals and placed several students into employment.
With our guaranteed employment programmes you will have the opportunity to gain work experience to help build your CV and references and this will ensure that when you walk into job interviews you will be feeling happy and confident.
If you have decided that you want to pursue a career in IT, you can visit our website to find out more about our training courses and contact us today on 020 8672 4151 or email@example.com.