A record number of workers are quitting their jobs, and some are changing direction to explore new careers.
Jordan Leckband, the general music teacher at Windsor Elementary School in Des Moines, Iowa, figured out a new direction for his career.
"The burnout factor is real," Catherine Fink of Longmont, Colorado, says of teaching. She's starting her first year of law school.
Carol Wrobleski got a coach and turned her closet into a studio. Then a different full-time opportunity came along.
“I couldn’t do it anymore,” said Abby Norman, a former schoolteacher in Atlanta.
We talked to three people about how their career paths were altered during the pandemic and where they think they'll be a year from now.
Physician and writer Suzanne Koven deleted an email requesting volunteers before changing her mind.
Migration patterns could change in a work-from-home world brought on by the pandemic.