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Baby Boomer Women Can Work On Their Own Terms!

(Gabriola, BC - August 26, 2014 ) Janine Moore is an unconventional career counselor who believes life is too short to remain in a job that makes you miserable. She is determined to help midlife career changers enjoy their work. This Fall she will host a series of Career Change Cafes and welcomes women to join the conversation.

When her Employment Services contract began to place more emphasis on its database than on clients, Moore decided to find a solution. She wrote Work On Your Own Terms in midlife & beyond to walk readers through a step-by-step process to:

  1. hear and express their own voice
  2. design their Dream Life & Work Blueprint
  3. overcome the 6 common fears that hold people back from living their dreams
  4. feel less overwhelmed about not having saved enough for retirement
  5. regain power and control over their life so as to live without regret

As a Career Counsellor for more than 20 years, Moore heard, “What should I be when I grow up?” from women in their 50s and 60s, almost every week. Fear about becoming a bag lady was another common concern. Midlife job seekers suffer angst and frustration and no longer trust that government, big business or unions will provide any meaningful solutions. Why job search when media reports say 70% hate their jobs?

Step away from the job boards and start looking inside yourself for work you’ll enjoy. Moore says, “Just as Dorothy discovered in the Wizard of Oz, you can use your courage, compassion and inner wisdom to create the life you want. You have the power to live your dreams and can do it with or without your ruby red slippers.”

Now is the time to take control of your time, your life, and your passion! Developing a free agent mindset isn’t nearly as difficult as you think! Ride this growing trend for Boomer women. Go to: and grab a free copy of her eBook, Create Career Joy!  It is a resource guide to help identify your dream work.

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