Making a career change is a tough decision for most people, especially if you are already mid-way or more into a career in another field. In some cases, it can feel like having to turn back time, starting at a level alongside interns or entry-level professionals with lower pay than what you already have going for you. But, it is a decision many of us go through to achieve satisfaction and balance in life and work. Related: How To Turn Duties Into Accomplishments On A Resume This type of situation requires a different kind of resume - one that's skills-based instead of industry-focused. So, when making a change, you need to demonstrate to the employer you have the transferable experience and skills that will make you successful on the job.
February 16, 2015