It's easier for those age 50 and over looking for a new career to transition into a new one if it "is related in some way, shape or form to what you did before," says Nancy Collamer, author of “Second-Act Careers." "Take the time to assess your background and then consider whether there isn’t some piece or part of your professional experience -- no matter how seemingly insignificant -- that might be worth leveraging as a bridge into your next act," she says.

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