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Do you have the September itch? It's that time of year, as summer starts to fade we return to ordinary life and start to think about what we're doing. And often, we realize we're bored, unsatisfied and craving something more in our professional life. Is that you?

Eileen Dooley, a certified coach and lead consultant for McRae Inc. in Calgary, was online with The Globe and Mail  to talk about how to make a career change and answer reader questions.

She discussed how to determine why your current career isn't the best for you, and how to search for a career that will keep you satisfied. Read her Ask the Expert column on this topic here.

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