Joe wants to make a shift into a brand new field, but his financial commitments mean he can't afford to 'start from the bottom and work up'. How can he move into work he loves without starting out in a bottom-rung, poorly paid role?
Fliss's television job has lost its shine, but her ideas for what to do next are vague and unclear. How can she move forward when she doesn't know where she's going?
Tim is considering a switch into a new career, but he's worried about money. Not only would his new role be lower paid, he also has to think about keeping himself above water while he makes the move itself. How can he finance his shift?
Yasmin knows that criminal law is no longer for her, but she's scared of what people will think if she quits to pursue a very different career. How can she break free of the opinions of others?
Serena has worked in her industry for many years, and people know and love her for what she does. She feels like it's time to move on, but she's scared of discovering that her only value lies in an industry she's no longer in love with. What should she do?
Val's redundancy knocked her confidence, but even before then she was never an extroverted, chatty person. Now she wants to move into a new line of work, she needs to start talking to people. How can she overcome her fear of 'networking' and start her shift in earnest?
Paige's current work fulfils all her criteria for a career she loves, but somehow she's still not fulfilled. Where does she start looking for something new?
Graham has a long-standing passion for photography. But when it's known for being a tricky career path to make money from, how can he realistically make a future from it?
Ash has had her resignation letter saved on her computer for six months. She's desperate to get out and do something she loves, but can't stop imagining worst-case scenarios. How can she build up the courage to take the plunge?