If you feel stuck in a rut and as if you’re standing at a crossroads in your career, it’s probably a sign that it’s time to change things up. But, changing jobs can be an intimidating prospect, especially if you don’t know what you want to do. There are various careers for people, it’s just sorting through what’s best for you.
However, if there’s one career change inspiration that always comes up, it’s helping people and working in industries that put others before yourself. If you’ve ever considered yourself a compassionate person who gets a lot of joy from lending a helping hand, here are 3 careers for you.
Even if you were never someone who liked school, you could still become a fantastic teacher. It could make you a better teacher than the ones you had. You know what your teachers did wrong so that you can avoid the same mistakes.
As a person’s education never stops, there are plenty of teaching options for you to consider. You can shape and mould tiny minds into future geniuses, you can help the best and brightest learn to think critically, or you can help out adults returning to school to catch up on things they missed out on.
If you’re stuck where to start, CHC has a variety of Education courses that could interest you, or you could check locally or online to find a suitable program.
While many people don’t have the best opinion about solicitors, there is no denying how they work hard to help those in need. If you’re thinking of making a career change and have the drive and dedication (as well as the patience), training to be a lawyer could be for you.
You don’t need to get involved with the high profile side of the law, either. If you want to help others, you can focus your efforts closer to home, and work as a family or child solicitor, or even someone who deals with medical negligence. You could take it a step further and work in environmental law.
This is arguably the most admirable option, as you are helping others that cannot help themselves.
Similarly working in social care can be a tough, but rewarding career for people who want to help vulnerable individuals and families.
Social workers need to be compassionate and understanding, but also encourage those who you work with. Sometimes, this is people struggling with substance abuse issues. In other cases, you might work with families, foster children, or differently-abled.
The hours can be long, and your work is not always appreciated by those who you work with, but those moments where you feel like you have finally made a breakthrough or see the results you’ve been searching for will make it worth it.
While it can feel risky to jump out from the safety and stability of your current career for something new, doing so could be the spark that you’ve needed all along. If you’re looking for joy in your career and know that you can find that joy through working to help people, then one of these careers could be the challenging and fulfilling vocation you’ve been searching for.
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