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Learn what additional training you will need to transition.
Consider shadowing someone at the job for a day or two.
Consider how the pay and time commitment for the new position will affect your lifestyle?
Work on Training while continuing in your current position.
Create a New Resume for the new career field.
Use your contacts and other resources to Find a New Job.
Make sure you Switch Your Benefits.
Do not burn any bridges when you leave your job.
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Keep a journal of your daily reactions to your job situation and look for recurring themes.
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Review past successful roles, volunteer work, projects and jobs to identify preferred activities and skills.
Determine whether your core values and skills are addressed through your current career.
Brainstorm ideas for career alternatives by researching career options, and discussing your core values and skills with friends, family, and networking contacts.
If you’re having difficulty coming up with ideas, consider meeting with a career counselor for professional advice.