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  • "She had six children under seven and our father was trying to career-change – it was chaos."

    The famous Fiennes

  • In the last five years a great deal has changed for me - more than some, less than others - both in my own living arrangements a jump from London to New York, a career-change from full-time writer to full-time PR-man and in my own personal demeanor and attitude.

    Ed Zitron: The New Years Resolutions: Improving Life While Not Losing It

  • She bought -- didn't borrow -- the classic career-change tome What Color Is Your Parachute?

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The By-The-Book Librarian

  • I'm not sure what they mean with the latter subject, but it sounds like a full-fledged school that will make a complete career-change possible.

    about that epiphany I had a week ago

  • And without hard data, anecdotal reports that point to an expanding career-change mentality in the U.S. have taken on a life of their own.

    Seven Careers in a Lifetime? Think Twice, Researchers Say

  • Of course, her career-change is a great loss to gratuitous scientific semi-nudity, especially in the field of theoretical physics.

    A Glamorous Career

  • Many academics seeking career-change advice are Maestro sensors who are bored with long-term, theoretical research.

    Now What?

  • Accenture's chief human-resources officer, says she developed the career-change initiative last year after reviewing exit interviews showing many employees leave the company because they want to work in different fields.

    New Career, Same Employer

  • Still, there can be downsides to career-change initiatives.

    New Career, Same Employer

  • Accenture's career-change initiative includes resources such as an online skills-assessment tool and a Web page featuring video clips of workers who have changed careers at the company.

    New Career, Same Employer

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