You Can Change Your Career: How I Changed My Role Using LinkedIn, Stayed in My Field and Found Happiness

Over four years in the making. I changed my life and my career and you can too. Although this book is my journey from teacher to writer, the tips and strategies are relevant to anyone moving fields. Many teachers want to change careers, however, they simply don't know how to begin. The book covers the most important things I've learned from reinventing myself, tips, strategies and resources. More

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Words: 11,130
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310516085
About Robyn Shulman

Robyn is the Editorial Director for MindRocket Media Group, the only media group run by former educators. She is also an education contributor for the Huffington Post, and an official LinkedIn Thought leader for Pulse. She is a certified elementary teacher and ESL teacher in Illinois, who has taught 4th-6th grade, middle school ESL, and ESL to adults. She specializes in the fields of writing, ESL, academic/career advising, and higher education. She has been published and/or profiled on Linkedin Today, Career College Central, Edudemic, Reading Horizons, BG Patch, fhytimes, Edutopia, Elmer's Glue, Xavier University News, National-Louis University News and more.

Robyn was featured on Linkedin's corporate blog: An Unexpected Journey: 10 Ways Linkedin Changed My Life In One Year.

Humbled and honored, she was also interviewed by Xavier University, discussing her life's dedication and work in the field of education, as part of their "American Dream Project," the only collection of American dreamers to date. In addition to her passion for writing, she also has a great love of higher education. She launched and managed the first graduate advising program for National Louis University, supporting over 2,500 teachers. She holds a B.A. in Elementary Education and an M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, with a concentration in ESL.

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