A new year for many means new starts, course corrections, resolutions and perhaps even a career pivot. Late last year I shared the story of Camille Blakely’s career pivot, which is defined as the act of finding a different career, a new trajectory, using current skills. Per the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans today average […]

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