Thursday, February 6, 2020

Four Careers That Mean You Can Help People for a Living #healthy2020 #satisfaction #dowhatyoulove

It's February -- did January seem L-O-N-G to you too?!?!? -- but my #Healthy2020 series is continuing all year long! Career changes are a common way people seek to improve their life satisfaction and happiness! Today, The Weekend Gourmet correspondent is sharing four great career ideas for those who prefer a job that helps other people reach their full potential. This article may contain affiliate posts.

If you want to help people for a living, you’re definitely not limited in the amount of roles out there for you to choose from. In fact, you can get super creative! There are many roles in many industries that allow you to help others. You can always combine your interests/hobbies to create a way to help others. Here are four careers that give you an idea of how you can help other people for a living. 

Therapy/Life Coaching
People are always going to need help sorting out their jumbled minds and emotions -- and that’s where therapy and life coaching come in. If you think you’re skilled at figuring out people’s motivations -- or helping them rearrange their life path -- this could be a great career for you. 

Interior Design 
Yes, you can help people when you have a love of decor! Interior design can be a lot of fun, and you'll indirectly improve the happiness and mental health of your clients. 

Personal Training 
Personal training is great if you have an interest in health and fitness. People are always looking for motivation and tips to improve and enhance their fitness routines. 


There are many paths in the nursing and healthcare sectors, and it’s a very popular career choice for those who want to help others. Integrative care is personalized and addresses the entire person...mind, body, and spirit. This concept is driven by asking questions and seeks to utilize more natural and less invasive care. You can learn more about integrative health care in this infographic.

credit to Bradley University

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