New Seminar to Help Career Changers Figure Out How to Pay their Bills

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Money is major obstacle for many career changers. New seminar,"How to Pay the Bills (and Then Some!) and Change Careers" is being offered to help people nationwide.

Annemarie Segaric, President of Segaric Coaching, Inc., a life and career transition company based in NYC, announces a brand new monthly telephone seminar, "How to Pay the Bills (and Then Some!) and Change Careers", starting this July. This telephone seminar is the second in a planned series of career change support classes Segaric Coaching offers over the phone.

If they didn't have money concerns, unsatisfied workers often say they'd switch careers in a heartbeat. A local survey conducted by Segaric Coaching found that of the people asked who would like to make a career change, 30% stay put in jobs they don't like because of worries about money.

"It doesn't matter whether the person is single and responsible only for themselves or married with children," says Segaric. "For many people, the human instinct of survival along with ingrained ideas about commitment and responsibility override any desire to be happy." She goes on to point out that the problem lies in the perception these would-be career changers have about the impact a transition would have on their finances. Many assume the worst and never even give themselves a shot at happiness.

"How to Pay the Bills (and Then Some!) and Change Careers" will show potential career changers:

  • the two steps to take—starting this weekend—that will alleviate their fears about how much money they'll make "starting over"
  • the three career change investments to start making immediately that will take them closer to making their new life a reality
  • the one shift to make that will hugely impact their bank account

The telephone seminar meets monthly over the phone. The next one takes place Monday, July 24th at 8:30pm. Visit for more information.

About Segaric Coaching, Inc.:

Segaric Coaching has been helping successful but unhappy professionals make major career changes since 2001 by taking clients through the 9-step career change program called The Career Changer©. Annemarie Segaric, President and Career Change Coach, is the author of the career change pocket booklet, "107 Tips for Changing Your Career While Still Paying the Bills", as well as the monthly ezine, "Working Effortlessly", dedicated to helping people making career changes. Annemarie offers workshops and seminars on her Stop Struggling© series. For more information visit or contact Annemarie at 212-724-5882.


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