My ratio of work enjoyment/fulfillment to compensation has decreased to the point that I am giving more thought to a career change. I have some long held second career ideas I've been kicking around, but before deciding on a plan to brush up or acquire new skills, I think some brainstorming is in order. I'd enjoy some stories about psychologists who have pivoted into non-traditional/alt-ac type jobs, preferably in a scientific or at least analytic type role. Anything but clinical work, please. Tell me your (or your colleagues') tales.