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Careers with 2-year degrees that earn $100k

NEW - TIME Magazine

"A New Job for Christmas? Why The Holidays Can Be a Great Time to Look for Work"

Q&A: Counselor Lynn Berger on Shifting Careers"

Lynn is a noted career expert, having appeared on

Fox News "Fox & Friends"

NY1 - "Credit Reports Play Important Role For Employers"

NY ABC-7 - "Surviving Unemployment"


Channel 7 Eyewitness

Fox News 5


Lynn Berger M.A., Ed.M., LMHC, NCC, PCC 

providing career coaching and counseling

New! Read Lynn's essay,
When Is It Appropriate To Plan
One's Education and Careers?


Now Available In Electronic Format, and for the Kindle!
Lynn Berger's Book, "The Savvy Part Time Professional", is now available in PDF format.
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Mentioned in Money Magazine -
"Talk Your Way to a Shorter Workweek." 

Featured in AARP's "Life Reimagined for Work"
Over 50 & Unemployed: Finding Part-Time Work

Read Lynn's Essay, "3 Steps To Success". This essay will help you learn more about what you need and want from your career. Simple and specific quidelines and recommendations to follow are included. It is free, and you are under no obligation. Simply complete the brief form below.



Career Coaching Resources

Lynn Berger Career Counseling and Coaching

Counseling people in career transition through analysis, planning, testing and personal development. Providing executive, corporate and career coaching for business professionals.

Happiness ... joy... pleasure... balance...

Do you experience these qualities in your life? From time to time, we may need adjustments in our career or personal life to bring us the satisfaction, motivation, or fulfillment we need to improve the quality of our life. Life is too short and precious not to enjoy every part of it. Consider making a career change if:

  • your job situation or responsibilities have changed;
  • you are feeling unfulfilled or dissatisfied in your work and in your life;
  • you are unhappy or bored with the career you have chosen;
  • interpersonal issues at work are getting in your way
    and affecting your performance;
  • stress affects you emotionally, mentally or physically;
  • you feel daily pressures are too burdensome.

As a career counselor and coach, I can help assess your talents, identify your needs, and provide the necessary motivation for you to accomplish your goals. In a counseling and coaching relationship we will form a dynamic team to assist you in career planning and development that will:

  • set both short and long range goals;
  • determine action plans and monitor progress in attaining goals;
  • resolve communication problems;
  • manage change and conflict;
  • keep you focused and on track;
  • maintain a healthy balance between your personal and professional life.

Together we will work to maximize your potential and ease your concerns. The career counseling program is designed to increase your level of professional and personal fulfillment, satisfaction and overall enjoyment. Many clients achieve a renewed sense of perspective and make significant positive changes in their lives.

I approach my work in a thorough, succinct, relaxed and personalized manner. Through discussion, structured exercises, and career testing we will identify your skills, interests, personal style, needs and values. Career analysis will include, The Strong Interest Inventory (SII) and Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) along with other appropriate instruments. The information we uncover and develop through career counseling and coaching will enable us to create a career plan that will achieve excellence in your work and your life.

The experience should prove to be a rewarding one!

Lynn has been extensively quoted in major articles and publications regarding employment and career counseling and coaching issues, including:

CBS News
How to help your grad face a tough job market"

Brave or Brazen? Bold Tactics Don't Always Get the Job

Competing Offers Of Pay vs. Prestige Tempt Job Seekers

Newly Unemployed Find Posts As Consultants for Ex-Employers

Business Week

 Five tips for parents to start the new year right

career counseling
Tribune Network Newspapers which include Newsday, The L.A. Times and Chicago Tribune
"Winning the Battle of Nerves-Job Seekers Should Show Confidence."

Cosmopolitan Magazine

"The Mary Jones Show"
 On The Talk of Connecticut

"Falling Down the Career Ladder"

Huffington Post
"Career Change: How To Make It Happen"

Matchmaking strategies boost chances of job seekers

How to Make the Best of a Delayed Retirement


Dangers to Avoid If Your Tech Job Is Also Your Hobby -
10 Ways To Keep Busy Between Jobs

Yahoo! HotJobs:
What to Do When Your New Job Is a Nightmare

Washington Post



Read more about Lynn here.


Lynn Berger, Career Coach, M.A., Ed.M.
(212) 289-5197
125 East 84th Street Suite 1B
New York, NY 10028
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