Saturday, March 01, 2008

Study to Explore Career Changes

Baby boomer Elva Fong is seeking participants for a doctoral study to determine why women make voluntary career changes in midlife. Among other things, she is hoping to understand the role of emotional intelligence in the decision-making process.

Fong is targeting career women ages 35 to 55 who have been in a middle or upper-level management position for more than five years and have made or are in a position to make a midlife career change. If you fit this profile, consider completing Elva’s 10-question Voluntary Midlife Career Change Survey. Click here to access it. Feel free to pass the survey along to other women. Contact Elva directly at if you have questions.

Note: I borrowed some of the above description of Fong’s study from More information about the study is available on their site as well.

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