Eight Steps to Finding and Creating the Work You Love

Many of us are still trying to figure out what we want to be when we grow up.  We may have good jobs and nice paychecks, but we are not really happy in our work.  We daydream about the “what if’s” in our life and long for the chance to discover and explore the job of our dreams.  Identifying your dream job and the path that will take you there is both a challenge and an opportunity.  But by following a realistic step-by-step “vocationing” process, you can pursue your interests and passions to the job of your dreams.

Define Your Dream Job(s)  

Why employ mature workers

As the average age of our workers increase, employers can benefit from hiring our most valuable resource: the experienced worker. A trained older workforce becomes more vital to our economy with every passing day.

Employers will find that older workers have a strong work ethic, are dependable, and possess versatile work experiences.

Veterans have not only served their country, but they can bring a wealth of experience to a job.

Older employees: