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Caroline Ceniza-Levine
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One of the most popular career questions I get is about how to build a career that meets both your fulfillment and financial goals. Nancy Monson has managed to achieve this balance for over 20 years now, as a freelance writer and fiber artist https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecenizalevine/2017/07/20/making-money-and-meaning-freelance-writer-nancy-monson-turns-a-side-job-into-a-six-figure-career/#6d2108842285 
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This career changer tapped into years of working narcotics and murder cases and translated that into fulfilling people’s vacation dreams https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecenizalevine/2017/07/11/from-cop-to-cruise-franchisee-joyce-mariner-turns-a-passion-into-a-second-career/#3418d61e364f +forbes 

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There are tech tools, that scrape social media activity looking for signs that people are leaving their jobs. http://www.sixfigurestart.com/troubleshooting/keep-your-job-search-confidential/ 

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Advice for changing roles within the same industry (with financial services as the example) http://news.efinancialcareers.com/us-en/288284/changing-your-career-path/ +eFinancialCareers


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In a future with jobs, your ability to generate opportunities will depend heavily on your brand – who knows about you, who wants what you offer. https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecenizalevine/2017/06/25/how-to-build-a-successful-career-in-a-future-without-jobs/#7fe85b6a1a4c 

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One executive was courted by a start-up that let its top two executives go within six months – should he still join? Another executive learned the predecessor for the role he was being offered had been fired – how can he be sure it’s not a problem with the role? Yet another executive feared turnover in general – when its high should you even look at that company? http://www.sixfigurestart.com/negotiate-and-close-the-offer/why-company-bad-news-doesnt-always-mean-you-should-turn-down-a-job/ 

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You need to specify what makes you so special that you should be hired over someone who is already there. The advantage of local candidates is that they are already settled. https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinecenizalevine/2017/06/17/when-your-dream-career-is-elsewhere-ten-ways-to-find-a-job-in-a-new-location/#6b04c1fd740f +Forbes
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