Changing Careers After 40: Real Stories, New Callings

From T.V. personality to auctioneer. From orthodontist to jazz singer. From technical writer to special ed teacher. This book chronicles the inspiring stories of 12 professionals who left successful careers to start over. Each profile is followed by career changing strategies and suggested resources. The second edition includes a chapter called "Short Cuts," with eight additional profiles. More

Available formats: epub

Words: 35,740
Language: English
ISBN: 9780989803809
About Terry Pile

Career counseling is Terry’s third career. She has been a successful teacher and marketing executive. Now she uses her transferable skills to teach people how to market themselves to obtain satisfying employment.

Terry started her private practice, Career Advisors, in 2000. She has extensive experience in government, corporate, non-profit and entrepreneurial settings. She has the breadth and depth of knowledge of career methodologies at many levels having worked with C-level executives to X-offenders.

An innovative trainer and empathetic coach, Terry’s areas of effectiveness include one-on-one and small group career coaching, outplacement counseling and telecoaching. She specializes in working with individuals in career transition, particularly career changers. She is also a designated resume writer for Boeing.

Terry has a master’s degree in education from Indiana University, a certificate in career development from the University of Washington and is certified by the Center for Credentialing and Education as a Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF). In addition, Terry is the author Changing Careers after 40 and Playing the Job-finding Game: A Rule Book for Ex-offenders. She has also published several e-books and news columns on career issues.

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