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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Second Career

Content by Sol Rosales:

For four years I had a high-paying, high-pressure job in the corporate world. I worked as a head-hunter, with a high salary and high demand. I was miserable. The stress of the job was a constant strain, and even when I was not working I was thinking about work. After four years, I decided that I could not take the stress of the corporate world. I went back to school with some of the money that I had saved, and I earned a degree in education. I am so happy that I decided to make the switch. Although I am making less than half of what I made in the corporate world, I could not be happier. I have been forced to live on a much tighter budget. I switched to fixed-rate energy from Texas electricity providers know exactly how much I would be spending on my energy bill, and I live on a tight cash budget for food and entertainment. However, these are small sacrifices to make to feel happy and content. I feel like my job has a positive impact on society, and I believe that I am making a difference in society.

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