Share Pin Tweet Share +1 StumbleShares 0Last summer, I passed a phone screening for an out of state job interview. One of the questions I was asked was “What will be the most difficult thing for you if you are accepted for this position?” I was honest and replied, “The location as I will need to relocate with my family, but I’m willing to do that.” Little did I know that several months later, I would be called upon to… Read more »
Share2 Pin Tweet Share +1 StumbleShares 2Last year, I decided to finally follow my heart and change careers. Navigating a career change was not new to me. In 2002, faced with the choice of accepting a generous severance package from The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA), Inc. or working in a different department at the same pay grade, I opted to temporarily bow out of the Washington, DC rat race to focus on family and finish up my graduate degree…. Read more »
Lessons learned after relocating from a (sub)urban area (Washington, DC metro area) to small (college) town life in central Pennsylvania.