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Are you ready for a career change? You have worked hard and achieved some success. But there’s a little—or not-so-little—part of you that really wants to do something else. Once factors like a mortgage, car payment, and family or other obligations begin to populate your life, it’s tough to ditch it all and start over in something new. The good news is that you might not have to. You can learn how to land your dream job with out starting over says Scott Shearin, founder of Veteran Talent Advisors.

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