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Mulling a Career Pivot? 3 Things to Consider

Mulling a Career Pivot? 3 Things to Consider

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The Great Resignation Continues

The Great Resignation Continues

Forty-one percent of the global workforce is likely to consider quitting their job this year, with 46 percent contemplating a “major pivot or career transition,” reports Microsoft.

Meanwhile, half of American workers are considering a career change, reports CNBC—while in September, a record-breaking 4.4 million Americans—3 percent of the workforce— actually quit their jobs. The so-called “Great Resignation” shows no signs of stopping.


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The power dynamic has changed. Employees have more leverage now. Companies are changing so much that they might be more open to something they rejected before.



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Looking At The Future

As companies figure out how to adapt and retain talent, now is a good time to brainstorm what is important to you. So be bold and imagine your ideal future job. Get actionable.“What do you want to do, drop, delegate, decline, or dare to do?” Taaffe asks.

Employees who have worked in a company for a while and are a known entity with social capital are especially well-positioned to negotiate new or expanded roles within their organizations.


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The New Power Dynamic

As you explore opportunities, you will need to translate your wants and needs in ways that are beneficial to the company that is considering you. As companies’ value propositions for employees evolve, you should position your priorities as part of their solution.

You have to be prepared to explain, ‘Here’s what I’m really good at, this is what I want to do that can add value, and here’s how we can shape it.’


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The Ups and Downs

  • Listen for vulnerability and transparency as they talk about the challenges the company has been through over the last two years.
  • No company has all of the answers, especially in the pandemic. If they respond as they do, you know you aren’t talking to a learning organization where it is safe to say, ‘I don’t know.’
  • One can ask about how the company handled failures or mistakes. Does the organization debrief on what worked and what insights it can apply next time? What happens to those who were involved with a failed initiative or product launch?


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Sometimes the most important life lessons are the ones we end up learning the hard way.


If something about your job doesn’t quite seem to fit your life or ambitions anymore, you are not alone. Around the world, employees are rethinking what they want and need at work.

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