What if you’re a professional who likes to work on the side?
You might want to consider a career change, according to research published in The Journal of Work and Organization, a peer-reviewed journal of the social sciences.
This year, the researchers found that a new job can make you more likely to work from home or work from your own desk, as well as increase your productivity and reduce your stress.
For people who are already professionals, it’s the opposite.
In fact, these results are counterintuitive.
While it’s not uncommon for professionals to take part in a career shift, many of us may feel a sense of déjà vu, and we may be afraid to take a new, risky path that may lead to a new career.
We can’t control where we’ll end up in the career ladder, the study’s authors said, but our career choices can affect how we feel and what we achieve.
It’s possible to be a career-long professional who wants to work at home and make the most of it, but that can also be risky.
Why would we want to change jobs?
There are plenty of reasons to consider changing jobs.
For one, people with a particular skillset, such as graphic designers, might have trouble staying in the same industry, said senior author Dr. Jessica Kwon of the University of Illinois.
Other factors, like personal finance and work-life balance, can also make a career choice less likely.
And some professions, such in the tech field, are already changing.
For instance, the tech sector has been steadily expanding over the past few years, and companies have been shifting more of their workforces into online platforms, where they’re able to attract and retain talent.
In some cases, such moves have been made because of the increased competition and increased productivity in the digital world, as opposed to because of a shortage of workers.
How does it work?
If you are currently in a traditional job, it could make sense to consider taking a break.
In addition to being able to choose from a list of available job opportunities, you could also find a job that is easier on your time, according a study published in Social Psychological and Personality Science.
This could mean choosing a new position, a new team, or even starting your own company.
If you want to stay connected with friends, or if you feel you might be bored, you can consider leaving your job and starting your personal business.
And if you want something more flexible, you might want a new employer.
The research suggests that if you are already a professional, a career move might be a good idea.
For example, a graphic designer might be interested in a new role that allows him to work remotely.
What can I do to reduce stress and increase productivity?
If your current career is not rewarding enough, consider changing careers.
You might be better off leaving your current job and finding a different one that offers more flexibility, said lead author Dr