MarketWatch: Now Might Be a Great Time for a Midlife Career Change
"That doesn’t mean it’s easy. The margin of error is slimmer for workers in their 40s and 50s, who may need to continue building retirement accounts, writing tuition checks and supporting aging parents. Because of these obligations, many midlife workers can ill afford to take big pay cuts, part-time work or internships.
'You’re at a point in life where your wages matter,' said John Challenger, CEO of job outplacement firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas."