Berkeley Palmer Sees Increase in Mortgage Professionals Seeking Career Alternatives

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According to the well respected career industry organization Berkely Palmer, concerns from mortgage industry professionals are really expressions of fear for their future in the industry

We are accustomed to helping people navigate through unfamiliar situations. People who have been in one industry for many years have a difficult time envisioning themselves in other industries. If they can't picture themselves elsewhere, they'll never convince anyone else either. They need help for this sort of transition.

According to the well respected career industry organization Berkeley Palmer, concerns from mortgage industry professionals are really expressions of fear for their future in the industry.

The Kansas City based career management firm has seen a dramatic increase in the number of people looking for work from the mortgage industry. According to a Berkely Palmer spokesperson, "It's not just sub prime lenders. It's also some prime lenders and a host of people from the residential construction industry." Berkely Palmer has seen a significant increase in the number of mortgage professionals looking to make a career transition.

Berkeley Palmer says that complaints from mortgage industry professionals involve the massive downsizing of offices and the closing of offices on a wide scale. According to some reports the nation's largest mortgage lender is laying off 12,000 employees. "With so many layoffs and closings, we feel that the best option for most of these professionals is to look to other career options in other industries."

Berkeley Palmer specializes in helping people who are in career transition. "We are accustomed to helping people navigate through unfamiliar situations. People who have been in one industry for many years have a difficult time envisioning themselves in other industries. If they can't picture themselves elsewhere, they'll never convince anyone else either. They need help for this sort of transition."

Berkeley Palmer is a Kansas City based career counseling firm, with affiliated offices throughout the U.S. For more information about them visit their website at http://www.berkeleypalmer.com .

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