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When looking for a new job, career changers have it tougher than most job seekers. In fact, there are three major weaknesses all career changers have to overcome when looking for a new opportunity. But what are they?

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It’s no surprise that careers in marriage and family therapy are on the rise. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the counseling and mental health field is expected to grow 19% over the next seven years, which is much faster than average growth rate of all occupations (7%). “As the general public becomes more comfortable with the idea of accepting help from therapists to resolve conflicts, particularly those that stem from the home, family and marriage therapists (MFT degree) are in greater demand than ever before,” said Dr. Edith Neumann, Provost. If you love helping others and making a positive impact on people’s lives, you should consider a career in marriage and family therapy. But how can you break into the field?

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