Second Career Changes
In the United States, changing careers is not unusual. It is estimated only about 37% of the population over 55, plan to move into a second career rather than retiring. This represents one of the latest developments in career changes. If you are thinking about a second career, talking with a coach about career changes may help you plan your new career direction. Career coaching may include resume coaching, career transition coaching, and help with choosing a career coach to receive career change advice and information for your second career.
How Can Coaching Help Me?
Career coaching may entail discussions about job skills and job goals, as well as life coaching to determine where you want to be in your second career, and steps you need to take to get there. Discovering you are at the age where you need a second career may be challenging, but thinking in terms of a new, exciting second career is very appealing. Planning effectively for a great second career takes time. With a good career coach, you will be able to determine what kind of second career you want, what your goals are for your second career, and steps you will need to take to get there. Help from a good career coach can reframe the second half of your life.