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Career Change - Multiple Careers

Whereas a career comprises the work activities that can be identified with a particular job or profession, having multiple careers is the growing trend in the late 20th century and early 21st century. These multiple careers can either be concurrent (where a worker has two simultaneous careers) or sequential (where a worker adopts a new career after having worked for some time in another career). Both may occur for different reasons.

Workers with sequential multiple careers adopt a changing professional identity over time. Thus, a worker may devote 10-20 years of his/her life to one career and then switch to a related career or an entirely new one.

As life-expectancy increases, as retirement benefits decrease, and as educational opportunities expand - workers may increasingly find themselves forced to fulfill



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Alaya Institute
100 Ebbtide Ave, Sausalito, CA 415 331-9600

Career Consultants
1400 Lincoln Village Cir #2331, Larkspur, CA 415 461-1430

Career Management Services
100 Smith Ranch Rd, San Rafael, CA 415 472-1900

Kreative World
732 Montecillo Rd, San Rafael, CA 415 455-9584

Marin Jobs & Career
405 4th St, San Rafael, CA 415 485-1489

Seasons For Change

39 Ashford Ct, Mill Valley, CA 94941 415 389-0409
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the goals of one career and then adopt another. Some view this as an opportunity to expand meaning and purpose into later life, while others see this trend as an unfortunate economic and social reality.
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