People speak a lot about “knowing your why” when it comes to anything difficult. Ask any gym trainer, nutritionist, behavioral medication expert and they will all ask you the same thing “what’s motivating you to achieve your goals?”
If your reason isn’t very strong, your motivation will end and you will fail. At any task. When you are beginning a new career, it’s the same thing. You have to know why are you motivated to make a change. If it’s money you’re after exclusively, go back to your current employer and ask for more money. A career change might change the financial piece, but it won’t solve your bigger problem: you feel you’re not being respected and treated properly based on what you are worth.
Before you think about making a change, make sure you clearly understand your why. If you aren’t sure, reach out, we are always open to conversations.