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Are you feeling a lack of fulfillment in your present job? Are you searching for something with more meaning and purpose?

Since 1980 we have assisted more than 30,000 individuals in the U.S. and Canada to explore new, more fulfilling, careers. We have helped them find opportunities for ministry and community service which match their interests and values. Our many years of experience and satisfied clients have taught us that two priorities are necessary to identify your ideal sweet spot. First, it has to be something you like and value so that your work has meaning and purpose. Second, it has to be something you are naturally hard wired to do. Our Mid-Career Advancement services can provide a solution to your search for fulfillment. The first step begins with a contact from you where you tell us what is not working for you and then what your future vision might look like. From there we can draw from our near exhaustible database of options how to best assist you to discover realistic, obtainable pathways

Case Studies

Mike was a recent Portland, Oregon college graduate with a degree in journalism. He had been unsuccessful in getting a job and for two years met expenses by house painting contract work. His talent for writing was confirmed by his aptitude testing. Among the several writing outlets he considered, magazine publishing was on the top three list. Within three months he secured a hidden job, full time writing position with a prominent magazine in Chicago.  
– Mike – Journalist

Jim came to our office having just completed his degree at age 45. He wanted a new career which fulfilled his passion for medical service. His current job as a purchasing agent for a high tech company was at a dead end. After completing his assessment testing and validation research, Jim indicated that he always wanted to be a surgeon, but, did not want to go to medical school. We began research into the medical professional field and discovered that manufacturers of medical supplies, specifically hip joints, required the salesperson to be present in the operating room directing the surgeon during the operation. Jim had found his ideal job without going back to medical school. 
– Jim – Age 45 – Medical Sales

Betty wanted to supplement the family income since recently becoming an empty nester. As a career homemaker, she had a few college courses, but no marketplace work experience. After completing her assessment and validation we discovered that she had a strong potential for sales as well as an interest in the hospitality industry. In two months Betty had discovered a hotel which wanted to expand its market share. This was a hidden job. She made contact, they hired her. Later she found that she had replaced a sales manager who had a master’s degree in marketing.
– Betty – Hospitality Marketing

Denny came to us hoping we could help him. For over ten years he had only been able to secure short term carpentry jobs. He was disillusioned that there could be anything better. After completing his aptitude testing we found a talent for writing and a passion for political advocacy. One of his top ten suggested career goals was a market research analyst for a market research company. Denny researched the field and within 3 months secured a hidden job with one of the largest market research companies in his city.
– Denny, Age 39 – Research Analyst

Ann was released from a very secure job with a large city government department. She was a single mother of three and had only held clerical office positions. After her assessment testing we discovered her aptitude for interior design. She had no college, nor experience in that area with exception of decorating her own home. The potential of being an interior designer fulfilled her passion and directed her to research local home developers. She found a hidden job with one of the most prominent developers in her area who needed an office administrator. After getting the offer, she negotiated her job duties to include interior decorating for the spec homes the developer built.
– Ann – Design Consultant