It’s among the top skills employers look for in a new hire. It can determine a person’s success from entry level to top leadership. It can directly impact money-making potential. But it’s not taught in most schools or homes.
If you are thinking of changing careers after 40, this is not only your official permission slip to do it — it’s your guide to find, choose, and create a new path. Here are 6 steps you can take to make “career” and “happiness” show up in the same sentence for you.
Learning new skills can take your career to the next level or allow you to transition to a different path. Unfortunately, many training programs are prohibitively expensive. Don’t give up — these seven resources offer top-quality classes at prices you can afford.