3 tips to help career-changers get noticed

01/4/2010 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Workforce

If you want to make a career change, begin by cataloging your skills and how you can best use those abilities, your passions and work style to fit in at a company, Alexandra Levit says. Also, "networking one-on-one with people in your new field should begin way before you actually intend to get a job in that field," she says.

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