The job as defined in the past is dead. The path of loyalty to a company in return for 40-year employment, a gold watch at retirement, and then going home to wait to die is totally defunct. Career professionals are currently in the process of helping their clients move through the grief and burial of this former womb to tomb career ideal. Their responsibility is to communicate this demise effectively and replace it with alternatives. Taking creative control and changing career can be incredibly challenging but ultimately, unbelievably rewarding. Helping clients successfully through this process requires that career professionals keep beyond the cutting edge of not only universal predictable major trends, but also the seemingly weak signals that may unexpectedly create major transformation. An overview of the changes the author's clients have made indicates a strong orientation to entrepreneurship, non-profit, and involvement in the necessity for a flexible schedule.