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Ed is a content writer, coach, and internet marketer. He enjoys time with his dog, trying out new paleo-friendly recipes, and binge watching premium cable shows. He is a certified coach and trainer, member of the PARW/CC, and advocate for the strategic application of personality typing. He lives and practices in Skippack, PA. Find him on twitter at @ed_scotti.

How To Know If Your Career Doesn’t Match Your Personality

Clinically Reviewed by Steven Melendy, PsyD. on April 03, 2017

A range of 3 to 7. That’s what you’ll find when searching online for how many times an individual changes careers within their working life. While this range is just an approximation due to the ambiguous parameters used to define career change, it’s pretty clear that, at some point or another, everyone will most likely ask the question, “Am I in the wrong career?”


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