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I know I do. I would love to teach on the university level, but I cannot afford another three years pursuing a doctorate so I can do that. S. D. They were willing to pay me $28,000 per year. D. would cost me $40,000 over three years. So I would have to invest $40,000 to earn $28,000 in 2008? That is an obstacle, a restriction, and a limitation. That’s economic insanity! #6: Education Education can and usually is one of the main obstacles folks have to overcome when they want to change careers. Do you have the right degree?
But you will be surprised how they can be framed to present you with a completely different view of the possibilities in front of you. Two people with the same skill sets, experiences, and knowledge base can be in polar-opposite careers. Why? Perception! How do you and others perceive your skills, knowledge, and experiences? Two people have excellent hand-eye coordination. That is a skill set. One is a computer troubleshooter; the other is a cardiac surgeon. Both are mechanics. One operates on computers; the other operates on human beings.
Economic Reality! ) To find the right job, you might have to move. Do not ignore all the costs associated with making this transition. Will the company pay for relocation, or is it all on you? It used to be that IT companies would pay relocation without a thought. That is not the case these days. Most relocation is paid for by the employee, with the thought being if you want the job, you pay to get there. Some of the costs you have to consider are the following: . Moving costs . Housing costs—not just buying a house, but setting one up and selling one .