The economy may not reflect such, but D. C. is essentially the land of opportunity. Career opportunities via restaurants, retailers, entertainment, and an endless number of non-profits, provide residents, and bordering neighbors with a wealth of resources. This third edition of Careerville challenges you to explore those opportunities! Settling into traditional career tracks, i.e., clerical, teaching, construction, etc., is fine but investigate the unique, non-traditional career tracks. That environmental pre-school http://www.mundoverdepcs.org/, consulting or coaching gig may be for you!
Non-traditional careers can provide you with flexibility and gratification akin to your own skill-set and interests. Currently employed or unemployed, explore websites like http://usacareerservices.com/cities/WashingtonDC/WashingtonDC_nonprofit_and_volunteer_opportunities and www.clinicallyspeaking.wordpress.com for resources and opportunities. Attend webinars, seek internships volunteer to assess your skills and contributions. UDC offers D. C. residents training/certifications http://ccdc.usdc.edu/. Money is necessary, contentment is priceless!
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Karen Jones is a career advice writer for examiner.com. She manages a human/social services blog, , and is a published author in the East of the River Newspaper and Collaborative Connections Newsletter.