Y'know, I sometimes find myself wanting to do a career change too. I think I have done several in my lifetime (which ain't very long to be honest). As a teen, I took the normal teen jobs...namely fast food, music stores, and theme park stuff. Then I went into the Navy and worked for the NSA...that was quite a switch from what I was doing before
Afterwards, I went into the automotive side of things...worked at both Autozone and Advance, and worked at a Ford dealership as a tech. Then after I graduated school (finally), I have since been into aviation training. Now I am seriously considering augmenting my degree with another in aerospace. With space tourism on the horizon, I am sure whoever will be in the space fleet will need simulators (which is what I do now) to keep the FAA happy, and will be more than willing to pay for the people to maintain and upgrade them
I guess what I am getting at is this: we, as human beings, have started realizing that we outgrow many other things than just our clothes. Career paths are changing so much nowadays it'* hard to say you even have a career, since nobody is around that job long enough (though the jobs could change, the field those jobs are in may very well be the same).
Duff, do what you think is best for YOU. You only live once, right? The only way to get the most out of it is to make the right choices. If you feel it'* right, then "all ahead full" on the change.
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