St Albans lifestyle coach working to help those looking for a career change

PUBLISHED: 18:00 20 February 2016

Jamie Dimock, 34, hopes to bring people who are looking to change change their career path together with his Get Unchained initiative

Jamie Dimock, 34, hopes to bring people who are looking to change change their career path together with his Get Unchained initiative

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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.

For more information go to: http://www.meetup.com/Get-Unchained-escape-the-corporate-career-cage/


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