Back when your grandparents had their careers, they probably had the same job throughout their entire adult life. That is not the case anymore. Most adults change jobs at least ten times and even switch careers. Are you at such a crossroads and ready for something different? Here a few ideas that may be interesting.
If you have ever had a massage, you already know how appreciated you can be if you choose this profession. There are schools available where you can receive your diploma and certificate. You need to enjoy people and have a soothing touch. You will learn all the details of the techniques and the business skills you will use.
When official papers need to be signed and witnessed, a notary is often the person that comes to mind. Many notaries work for businesses such as banks, law firms, realtors and other companies. There is some training involved and some items that need to be purchased. You can find more details on how to become a notary in Florida and what the costs involved are before you begin your training.
If you have your college degree, you can qualify to teach in many schools. Most charter schools require your Bachelor’s degree but not a teaching certificate — and schools really need quality teachers right now. So many school employees have gotten burned out and need a break. A new enthusiastic teacher, like you, might be just what the students need to rekindle their passion for learning.
If you have a way with words, your next career could be as a writer. Some companies such as BKA Content allow you to work from home and choose your own hours. You can spend as many hours a week as you want, as long as you meet your weekly writing quota. You can apply by taking an online grammar test, so study up about the rules of commas and colons.
Some states require an associate’s degree or diploma to work as a dental assistant. However, some dentists are willing to train their assistants in their offices. If you enjoy meeting new people and are intrigued with health care, this might be an ideal change for you. As a dental assistant, you may start with assisting the hygienist by polishing teeth or taking x-rays. As you gain experience, you will learn to assist during restorative and surgical procedures.
What do you think? Maybe you saw something that sparked some interest. If not, keep looking until you find the right career change that sounds exciting to you.