What to Do When You Don't Know Your Next Career Move

Sophie Miura
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Starting a new job is like going on a first date. There's that spark of excitement and willingness to impress during the early stage, but as time goes on and you forge a well-trodden routine, it's easy to let that passion wane. We've all been there, but according to Sandy Gould—senior vice president of culture, coaching, and communicating at Yahoo—career fatigue can be a serious problem. 

"I think there is a direct correlation between your level of passion and inspiration, and your level of engagement and creativity," he tells MyDomaine. In other words, if you feel like you're in a career rut, there's a good chance it's reflected in the work you do. If you can relate to the number of Australians who admit they aren't engaged at work and don't know what your next career move should be, follow this four-step guide to get your mojo back. Yes, it's possible to find that passion again. Here's how

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