Articles tagged with "alternative careers"
In part one of our interview, Sonia Hutton-Taylor, founder of Medical Forum, talks through some of the ways in which she helps doctors through a period of transition
Dr Anita Houghton explores the practical ways that personality and work/life balance are important factors in considering career direction.
Interview with Dr Carol Cooper, Five News resident doctor and The Sun newspaper's doctor
If you don't mind starting studying all over again in a new discipline then becoming a solicitor can offer professional and financial rewards. However, the Law Society advises competition is fierce in many areas of law, so don't assume this will be any easier than MTAS.
Barristers are the stars of the legal world. Whether appearing for the prosecution or the defence their court appearances mean they are the most visible part of the legal profession and it is from the ranks of barristers that judges are chosen.
We look at some of the ways you can enter a career in medical journalism as well as some top tips from the professionals
Looking for a change of career? This article explores a career in the financial services.
If you are thinking about a possible career change, there are five key areas to consider. Rob Nathan, MD of Career Counselling Services, explains his five golden rules for those thinking of changing career.
Having decided on a potential new career, how do you persuade your prospective employer you are the person they are looking for? Michael Baber, CEO of the RMBF, offers some practical advice.
The first of Dr Anita Houghton's interviews looks at the special considerations of being in the medical profession - for doctors thinking about a change of direction (inside or outside medicine).
Exploring the options for doctors' careers overseas and links to further information and organisations that can help.
If you'd like to use your medical qualifications and experience to work outside the NHS, here are some of the options, both in the UK and overseas.
'I haven't found my niche', 'I went into medicine because my family wanted me to, but I don't really enjoy it', 'I've been considering a change in career'... If any of these statements strike a chord, what are your options?