Podcast explores stories of Covid career change

HITCHIN, U.K. - July 6, 2021 - PRLog -- What changes have you made to your career as a result of the coronavirus pandemic?

That's the question a podcaster is exploring in a new series of interviews.

Jeremy Cline started the Change Work Life podcast in October 2019.  "The podcast is for mid-life professionals who are in what looks like a comfortable place - good job, well paid, family, mortgage - but who just aren't satisfied with their career", Jeremy explains.  "My goal is to help people banish those dreaded Sunday-evening blues by showcasing the changes that others in a similar position have already made."

"The pandemic has really brought this whole question of career satisfaction into sharp relief for many people," Jeremy continues.  "If you've been made redundant, or furloughed, or have been working from home for the past year or so, you may have realised that your career just wasn't satisfying you and you don't want things to go back to the way they were before the pandemic".

Jeremy's first interview in the series is with Chris Bryant, co-founder of Lost Nomads Pizza.  "Chris personifies my ideal listener.  He had a good job in financial services that afforded him a very comfortable lifestyle.  But he hated the work, and the pandemic made him realise there was more to life than exotic holidays and meals at Michelin-starred restaurants.  He's now started a catering business - who starts a catering business in the middle of a pandemic! - and he's making a real success out of it.  Chris's story is a real inspiration for just what's possible."

You can find Jeremy's interview with Chris and subscribe to listen to the rest of the series at https://changeworklife.com/ or by searching for "Change Work Life" in your podcast app of choice.

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