Career Change Advice at Helps Avoid Worst Jobs

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As a top online education and career site, offers career change advice through the newly released Worst Jobs newsletter to help people learn more about identifying a bad career and leaving it behind to pursue the best job available to them.

Advice for making a career change is available through the latest newsletter from While highlighting positive and negative aspects of various careers, features career tips, educational advice and school listings to help navigate the process of making a successful career change.

"No job is so bad that you can't learn something from it and advance to something better," says author Gina Pogol ( The career change advice at ranges from exploring brand new career options to revitalizing an old career by changing its focus or learning a new skill.

This latest newsletter from highlights careers that are typically viewed as some of the "worst jobs," from low-paying healthcare jobs to tiresome or even gruesome manual labor, and informs readers how to turn them into the best jobs through education and other avenues.

As the Worst Jobs newsletter from points out, there's nothing beneficial about staying in a dead-end career, and making a smart move is key because, in Pogol's words, "no one should have to spend an entire life in a horrible job" (htpp://

"People too often stay in unrewarding jobs because they fear losing the seniority or experience they've acquired," says educator Wendy Croix, Ph.D. "The strength of this month's newsletter is Pogol's ability to help people turn the transferable skills they've acquired on their bad job into an advantage in getting the job they'd love to have." visitors can subscribe to receive newsletters, such as the latest spotlight on Worst Jobs, and receive information about different careers, making a positive career change and taking advantage of employment opportunities.'s most recent newsletter highlights ways to leave a bad job behind and steps to begin making the switch.

Studies have consistently shown that choosing to change careers by holding out for the best job may bring more than just personal benefits, says, pointing out that "happy people are more productive, take fewer sick days, get along with others better and their brains work better." features helpful information and tips on education, career options and job training. The site offers the advice and tools you need to enrich your life and advance your career.


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