St Albans lifestyle coach working to help those looking for a career change
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A local careers coach is encouraging those unhappy in their jobs to come forward and meet like-minded professionals.
Jamie Dimock, 34, from St Albans, is hoping to hold regular meetings for people looking for a career change through his initiative Get Unchained.
Jamie, who until six months ago worked in finance, said: “I’d like to get people who are unsatisfied with their current career into something that makes them happy to even get up on a Monday morning.”
Just two days after being publicised online, the event already had 36 interested users.
The first get-together will be held on March 9, and a venue in St Albans will be chosen once numbers are known.
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For more information go to: http://www.meetup.com/Get-Unchained-escape-the-corporate-career-cage/
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