According to a survey, almost 80% of the people are not satisfied with their present jobs. Why should you continue with that job if you don’t enjoy or love what you are doing? You might as well change your career and get out of the rut. Do something that you have always dreamed of. Age doesn’t matter and you are never late for a career change even in your 40s. Just have that positive outlook and look for opportunities.

Changing career in your 40s can be a tough task, but it’s definitely do-able. If you are looking for a career change, you can consider the immense opportunities advertised in newspaper ads and online ads for job vacancies in Lucknow, Delhi, Chennai or any other city. It’s easy to find a new job in your desired field in almost all major cities across India. Here are few tips that can help you be successful in changing career even during your 40s:

  1. Are You Sure You Want to Change Your Career?

Changing your career is normal and something an individual would love, but sometimes it is better to know the reason behind it. Many times, people decide to start a new career because of their boss or because of the bad experience in the job. But the fact is that the job has nothing to with the career. There is a huge difference between these two. So, just realize the difference and act according to it. And remember that your decision may affect a number of people. So, it is better to discuss it with the concerned people.

  1. Analyse Your Funds

It’s important to analyse your funds before taking the big decision. Ensure that you are financially secure just in case there’s some unexpected problem that you get to face.

  1. Maintain Good Online Social Networking Profiles

Build up an online presence (both professional and personal). As nowadays HR and selection representatives do Google search of applicants and take a look at online networking profiles, your social profiles might be the early introduction you make. Selection representatives are active on networking sites trying to find their next contract. Create profiles on online networking media stages and be active on sites like LinkedIn and Facebook.

  1. Make a Proper Plan

Well, it depends on which career you want to opt for. Your new career can demand skills like speaking, sales, internship etc. There are a number of skills required in each field. So, make sure that you choose a career, which makes you happy. There are a number of opportunities out there that you might want to explore.

  1. Discuss with People:

Discussing your new idea with your family, friends and acquaintances will surely provide you exposure and also increase your knowledge. You might get something better to start with. If you share your idea with people, then surely people are also going to provide their opinions on that topic and surely help you start your project.

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