Dream Job Considerations

Dear Friends,
I have always considered myself fortunate because I was able to find my professional calling early in life. So for over 25 years now, I've dedicated my career to helping others find the job of their dreams – and I love my job! Our mission has always been to help as many other professionals find a job they can love, but it rarely happens by accident. 

Dream Job Considerations

Dear Friends,


I have always considered myself fortunate because I was able to find my professional calling early in life. So for over 25 years now, I’ve dedicated my career to helping others find the job of their dreams – and I love my job! Our mission has always been to help as many other professionals find a job they can love, but it rarely happens by accident.


In order to end up in your “Dream Job”, you must consider and weigh many different factors. These include industry, job duties, company size, culture, training and advancement opportunities, compensation and benefits, work schedules and flexibility, and more. After you create a vision of your Dream Job, then it’s time to write it all down and start working on your strategy to find it!


Need some help? Our monthly edition of The Acclivity Health Report is a good place to start. You can even access our advice from past issues by clicking here, or the Visit the Ask the Experts Archive for More Career Advice link at the bottom of each new issue we release.


Remember, it’s a new year and a new chance to achieve your dreams. You can do it!


Thanks for reading!

Ted French
President & Founder
Acclivity Healthcare