Career Change in Mid Twinties


Are you a twenties fellow feeling drift looking for your career! Did you just graduate from college ,or maybe you just got in?!  Do you consider what job you want to gain experience in. Did you get a job and you consider changing it, or changing a whole career?! If yes then this post might help. I’ve changed career myself, and let me tell you why.

Focus on The Reasons and Be Aware of the Consequences

After my graduation from college of science, I found myself lost!  I had a cultural shock.! No one ever talks about what happens to you after university degree, other than – Post graduate Movie – they just assume you will get it, fit in, and blend with whatever new community you will join. I am a 90’s kid and ambitious. I wanted to reach to attain a position, but I had a vague idea on how to make it !

Some of you out there may know how to achieve their dreams. Others, have a clear path to a life career! BUT what about us?! How we can deal with this situation!

There are many reasons why we are having quarter life crisis. As there are many obstacles we all cross by. One of which that I didn’t have much job opportunities to choose in order to persuade a career. Simply I didn’t find a job that could have a fulfilling career for me in the upcoming 2-5 years. Furthermore, I couldn’t enter in a Master/Postgraduate program from my school or a nearby that I can afford. After that, the pressure increased day by day to persuade a career, even if that means going for one I am not convinced of. Parents, friends, relatives and colleagues asking ” Have you got a job yet ?”. Within your frustration don’t blame yourself. It is not your fault. Getting a job after graduation takes a time, for some people

As a result of inconvenient job..

Job Hopping begins. We work for few companies in a year or two! In this stage everyone including your boss may point a loser finger at you! He/She makes you feel bad, because of failing to do a certain task, or assignment. Don’t fall for it. You can not be a loser for failing to do certain tasks!


Tips to help you find your Job/Career


# Take A Time To Decide What’s Your True Passion. Again- what are you good at? What skills have you polished and grown!

# Do More Training If your problem is your need to have more training, then don’t be shy. Go and do this right. You are never old to learn. It is going to take you one year or two, then you will make it.


# Think of What Type of People you Want to Work With This step will really help if you know what you are good in?!! Is it leading a group ?Or dealing with clients (what type of clients?). When you answer this question it will clear out your next step to your career position. You may choose a whole different career than your current one, but as long as you’re good at it, you will succeed. Bear in mind changing personality through out this time, and your character development with age. Don’t forget your interests also changed.

# Applying For New Degree Or Course –  As myself did. Beside science ,I love health care field, finally I got accepted in Nursing school. Currently I am doing well. And it doesn’t make me stand far from what I have had studied. You need a plan alongside applying to a new degree. How long does it take to graduate this time? And How to pay for degree?


# Be Persistent-  If you asked me about one thing successful people do, I will tell you (Be Persistent) for anything you are good at. You are wiser , and older  which means you are also WISER. Better as a person this time. Be the professional that you have dreamed of.

# Be Smart In Your Socialization –  Your network can’t be the same as college. In order to become a better person you need to set with better company. Think of what kind of social events for example will expand your network for a better career.


# Finally,

Consider Drawbacks and Changes -But don’t let them bring you down! Ups and downs are part of our life, it’s a normal rhythm reminds us of our humanity, so don’t give up.

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4 thoughts on “Career Change in Mid Twinties

  1. Very thoughtful post…lots of youngesters face this problem and then eventually frustration starts to set in…you have given a very motivational insight 🙂


    • Thank you so much! I know that many people are struggling with their jobs! I liked to share my story and tips to help them! As I wished if anyone helped me out before.


    • Hi my dear 🙂 makes me happy if anyone from Bloggers community visited me! And If this post helped 1 person I would be glade!! I’ll definitely check your blog asap. xx


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