Changing your career is an overwhelming idea. After spending years learning and investing in one type of work, it can be scary to imagine leaving it all behind to pursue a new occupation. But for those who are willing to take the plunge, a “second career” can bring renewed energy, passion, and fulfillment to life.
As a military veteran and a seasoned licensed practical nurse with a twenty-five-year career, James H. has cared for patients in all kinds of environments. Now, he is leveraging his diverse background to care for the elderly in his own community, at Canterbury Place.
My name is Andrew Soltesz, and I am an RN at Canterbury Place, a UPMC Senior Living Community. I don’t exactly have the typical UPMC Careers story, but I’ll share a little about how I got here. A Big Career Change Nursing was a midlife crisis career change for me; I went back to school… Read more »