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    The Worst Career Change Mistakes to Avoid  

    Whether you’re bored at work, burned out on a job, or simply want a fresh challenge, there are a number of considerations that go into a successful career change. Ignore them, and you’re apt to succumb to one of the following common mistakes. Read More.

    Changing Careers Midlife: People Share Their Success Stories 

    The prospect of changing careers in your 40s or 50s can be daunting. People changing careers mid-life face ageism and financial uncertainty, but it can be done. Read more.

    5 Steps to Making a Midlife Career Change

    If you’re not happy in your job you should leave it sooner rather than later. If you don’t, you could be ruining your chances of finding satisfaction in your work, and your physical and mental health may suffer too. Read more.

    Changing Careers is Scary, But This Advice Will Get You Past the Fear

    If thinking about changing careers makes you feel paralyzed and overwhelmed with self-doubt, you’re not alone. Making a transition is undeniably scary, disruptive, and difficult. The only way to grow is overcome the fear of changing paths. You can acknowledge the critical yet protective internal voice in your head, but decide that you’re not going to let it control your actions. Read more.



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    2016 Report to the Nations2016 Report to the Nations 

    The report provides an analysis of 2,410 cases of occupational fraud that were investigated between January 2014 and October 2015. All information was provided by the Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) who investigated those cases. The fraud cases in our study came from 114 countries throughout the world — providing a truly global view into the plague of occupational fraud. Read more.

    2017/2018 Compensation Guide2017/2018 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals 

    The ACFE has completed its 2017/2018 Compensation Guide for Anti-Fraud Professionals. Based on participant responses, the median total compensation for a CFE is $89,868, compared to $68,629 for non-CFE. Read more.