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And what is stopping you from applying for jobs in companies where you think you can make a impact? If you can't leave your job because of money (or any other reason) maybe you can start working as a volunteer on something that might have a more immediate effect, like helping feed the poor in your city, or maybe teaching people in the poor part of town how ...


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Understanding what excites you at work is a universal challenge - we've all felt like you're feeling now at many points in our careers. You might consider different "sources of meaning" as your reflect on your current role or potential future roles: Self - "What's in it for me?" Do you enjoy improving your own skills, learning about new topics, or ...


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They are much the same as they have been for many years. Most people are promoted into management. That can start as being the team lead. Then on to project management. Then all the way up the food chain to head of a department. A few people will be promoted into a "subject matter expert" role. But these may be rare in commercial organizations. All ...


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There are two questions baked into one here. "I have spent X years doing only skill alpha. I have grown bored with alpha, and want to start doing something else, eg, beta. How do I get a job doing beta, when all my experience is in alpha? "Specifically, I am an expert in C#, ASP.NET Web forms, MCV, Winforms, WPF, SQL, and WCF. What is a good new field for ...


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Working in the software industry does not seem rewarding anymore Are you sure this is the actual problem? There are physics researchers studying new aspects about universe that will eventually help mankind in interstellar travel, scientists coming up with new ways to grow artificial food so that the world doesn't die of starvation in future One of the ...


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