Awake at the Links – Career Change Carnival

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Welcome to the October 16, 2007 edition of the Career-Change Carnival. A blog carnival is a collection of articles from around the blogosphere that focus on a specific topic. It is published on a regular basis, rotating among different blogs with each publication.

The focus of this carnival is career-change. The links that follow have been submitted from all over the world and touch on various aspects of career-evolution, freelancing and even a bit of entrepreneurship. Some are very mainstream and others will challenge your notion of the envelope. So, take a look and see what resonates with you. Enjoy!

Tupelo Kenyon presents Work– Just a Job or Visible Love? posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “Do you love what you do and do what you love? Here’s a step-by-step method on how to put your passions to work and start living the life you were born to live. (Enjoy soothing instrumental music as you read plus songs with lyrics related to each article – all free.)”

edithyeung presents 12 Things You Must Do After You Quit Your Job posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

Tezza presents How To Build A Successful Business The Warren Buffett Way posted at 4 Eva Young, saying, “Men like Warren Buffett don’t just stumble onto the world’s rich list year after year and not know a thing or two about how to run a very successful business. Buffett is more than just one of the greatest investor’s of all time, just like McDonald’s is not just in the burger business, but also in the real estate business considering their immense portfolio of prime real estate around the world.”

David B. Bohl presents Is Going Solo a Career Option for You? posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, “If you’re thinking about going solo, either as a freelancer or consultant, or as a business owner in some other type of business, that’s great! I really believe there is a lot to be said for owning your own business and running your own show. However, I would caution you that things are not always black and white.”

viju presents Choosing Software Testing as your Career posted at, saying, “Should I select software testing as my career? How to switch to software testing from other job experience? If you are willing to choose software testing as your career then this is a must read!”

Joy Miller presents Online MBA – Top 25 Best Buys posted at Online College Blog, saying, “Online MBA – Top 25 Best Buys: Find out which Online MBA programs have the lowest tuition costs.”

David Kam presents A Generous Leader, A Great Figure posted at

Steve Faber presents – Career Highlight – Investment Banking posted at DebtBlog.

The Career Counselor presents Nifty Tech Tips and Tricks for the Modern Job Seeker posted at ask the CareerCounselor.

The Career Counselor presents How To Recognize and Remedy Job Burnout posted at ask the CareerCounselor.

Alvaro Fernandez presents 10 Highlights from the 2007 Aspen Health Forum posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Before you decide on a career change, check out this overview of the Health and Science trends discussed in this recent policy event.”

artThailand presents Genesis of a gallery. Genesis of a life. posted at artThailand.

Leon Gettler presents Accounting’s glass ceiling posted at Sox First, saying, “The good news is that over the last decade, more than 50 per cent of accounting graduates have been female. The bad news is that they are not moving into senior level position at the same rate as their male counterparts. Fewer are aiming for partnership as they try to balance family and careers.”

Corinne Edwards presents LOOKING FOR A JOB? posted at Personal Growth with Corinne Edwards, saying, “There is a big difference between looking for a job if you are unemployed or looking for a new job! Here are tips on how to do both including the important resume, cover letter and instructions on interviews.”

Brandy Shaffels presents Getting to Know Susan Docherty, General Motors Western Region General Manager posted at Ask Patty – Automotive Advice for Women.

Edith presents Career Ideas You Must Think About You Worth More Than Your Job posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act..

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of career-change carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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3 responses to “Awake at the Links – Career Change Carnival”

  1. […] to Jonathan Fields for including this post in the Career Change Carnival. Business, Business Owners/ Self Employed, Career, Career Changes, Corporate Culture, […]

  2. david says:

    Thanks for adding my article!

  3. Dear Jonathan –

    Thanks for including my article in your carnival.

    I had to smile when I saw your site – “not your momma’s self-help blog!”

    Especially since I am a grandmother!

    Seeee! We older folk have lots to offer still!

    Enjoyed the other posts also!