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Making a Career Change
February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CST
How do you feel about your job?
If you love it, you can safely close this page now.
However, if you’re like most people, you are open to seeing what else is out there.
Perhaps your boss doesn’t appreciate you. Or, the work you do is unfulfilling.
How’s that daily commute? Easy breezy or full of traffic?
When you’re stuck in a rut, it can be tough to wake up and feel excited about what the day has in store.
When you don’t love your job, it’s easy to lose your motivation and sense of purpose. This can lead to stress … and to taking that stress out on family members.
Many unsatisfied workers are left feeling exhausted and without energy – which can throw off your routine and lead to withdrawal from your relationships. Anxiety, depression, and addictions are also quite common.
So, what do you do?
How do you find a new job that satisfies and fulfills you?
Join us on February 9 for “Making a Career Change” — a live online event hosted by Eddins Counseling Group.
This workshop will help adults in the workforce learn how to:
- Identify their values and career needs at this point in their life.
- Understand the career decision-making process and how to navigate barriers that might get in the way.
- Learn how to articulate skills and interests that align with job opportunities.
- Use resources to learn about opportunities and take confident next steps in a job search.
- Plan the next steps to move forward confidently
When you feel proud and energized in your career, it positively affects your confidence in all aspects of your life.
This free event is for workers in their 20s – 60s who are feeling stuck, uncertain of their careers, recently laid off, or underemployed.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Lauren has 7+ years of experience in career counseling, working with clients from college to retirement to learn about themselves and plan the next steps in career transitions. Lauren is also certified in vocational assessments, including the Strong Interest Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.