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Career Switch To Finance
November 15, 2021

Career Redo Success Club

Career Change Challenges,
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, Career Switch To Finance

November 15, 2021 - Issue #0035

Talk with your own Mentor(s) to quickly learn more about your desired career. It may save time and money through a concentrated learning process. Avoid the mistakes of others. Try multiple Mentors or multiple careers to allow you to focus in quickly on your own dream career.

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  • Quotes/Jokes: Finance Jokes and Fun Quotes

  • Videos: Change Careers at 35 | Starting a New Career

  • News & Advice: Tech Workers Warned They Were Going To Quit. Now, The Problem Is Spiraling Out Of Control

  • Blog Updates: Said Bakiev - Financial Specialist

  • Career Change News: NFL Fans Want To Change Careers After Seeing What A Waterboy Gets Paid In The NFL

  • Ask the Editor: I want your questions!

  • Feedback: Love to hear from you on any subject.



1. I'm not one to brag about my financial skills, but my credit card company calls me almost every day to tell me my balance is outstanding.

2. I called my girlfriends cell phone and some other guy answered the phone... He told me that my phone number was no longer in service and to call the phone company to pay my bill.

First she cheats on me and then she tells him about my financial troubles!

3. When life gives you financial troubles... Make Financialade.



“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

~ Henry Ford

“The way to become rich is to put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket."

~ Andrew Carnegie

“Wealth consists not in having great possessions, but in having few wants."

~ Epictetus




Change Careers At 35 - Starting a New Career

This video is put out by Sara Yusupov. She talks about ways to make a career change even if you don’t have experience in a given field. For most of these, you can start delving into them on the side before leaving your current role.

Here are a few of the suggestions she provided:

  1. Be a social media manager. - Focus on getting your message out by using Tailwind to schedule your postings. This scheduling process can be set up ahead of time so you can work them when convenient to you.
  2. Be a writer - This could start as an on again and off again role, but could lead to She mentions one place to get training and tools. See if it is for you.
  3. Be a resume writer - You may have some or all of the skills required to do this, but even if you don’t, you could have a professional firm do it and earn the difference in the rate you charge.
  4. Another idea is discussed in the video.
  5. See the entire video below..

The video is 5:31 minutes long.

See the career change at 35 video here


Photo by Canva Studio from Pexels

Tech Workers Warned They Were Going To Quit. Now, The Problem Is Spiraling Out Of Control

Owen Hughes of discusses an item that could impact more than just the specific workers. He talks about the impact of chronic burnout, limited career progression and unrealistic demands from employers have hurt Tech and IT workers.

In a recent survey of technical workers, 72% said they intended to quit within the next year. Whoa!

One key items for these workers is the disruptions of their work-life balance. Stress on the job is a big part of it.

Deliverable are critical for data engineers and usually an all out effort is required to meet the deadlines. You made it, but now you are pushed to another project with terrible deadlines.

Learning and development seemed to be lacking in many companies. Here is an opportunity, if it can be implemented.

Read the full article below.

Tech Workers Warned They Were Going To Quit.

Of course, you can always contact us to learn more about opportunities to find a mentor or to become an entrepreneur and work wherever you wish as a mentor.


Said Bakiev - Financial Specialist

Said Bakiev has a strong educational background in finance including a Master’s Degree in Actuarial Science.

Said takes various public speaking tasks at his current job, including R&D topics, training others on specialist tools and assisting in onboarding of new joiners. During university years, Said also worked at Marketing Department of City, University of London and served part-time as a student ambassador, assisting potential students in Open Days. Following that, he interned at a London financial recruitment consultancy, where he learned about how finance recruiters and employers operate from inside.

As a senior member of his team, he always helps people whenever they face technical challenges.  Sharing knowledge is a strong belief of his.

He is readily available to help anyone learn more about the finance industry.

Learn more about Said at this link:

Our Said Bekiev article.


NFL Fans Want To Change Careers After Seeing What A Waterboy Gets Paid In The NFL

This article by Grayson Weir may be a bit surprising to you. What does a watery do and how much is he/she gets paid?

Good questions. The is one specific job that a waterboy has … to keeping the team’s athletes hydrated. It may seem simple, but it is important.

Of course, that means must have water and other liquids such as gatorade, etc. available at all times at the games. In addition, it must be available at every single moment, such as at the team facilities, at practice, or in the huddle.

The waterway keeps fresh towels available and disposes of them after use. So, how much do they get paid. Here it comes! The average salary for an NFL waterboy is $53,000.

Check out his article here

NFL Fans Want To Change Careers After Seeing What A Waterboy Gets Paid In The NFL


Here we are again. I would love to help you get the answers you need in your career change process. Please feel free to contact me with your questions or comments. Mention that you question comes from our newsletter section and I will place the response in this section for all of our readers.


Comments? Ideas? Feedback? I’d love to hear back from you. Just reply to this newsletter and tell me what you think!

May the wind be at your back! If not, then persevere! Show Grit!

See you in the next issue,

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