GPT4 response:

1. Identify Your Values: The first step in finding a job that aligns with your values is understanding what those values are. You might value creativity, making a difference, and work-life balance. Or maybe you value stability, teamwork, and financial gain more. Identifying what you value will help you to determine what types of roles and industries are the best fit for you.

2. Explore Different Careers: After identifying your values, start to look at different careers that match up with these. For example, if you value helping others, you might want to consider a job in a helping profession such as social work, teaching or medicine.

3. Research Companies: Company culture and values are just as important as the job itself. Learn about different companies, their values, their culture, and how they treat their employees. You can find this information on the company's website, through LinkedIn, or by speaking with current or former employees.

4. Reach out to Your Network: Telling people about your job search can lead to opportunities. Connect with people on LinkedIn, alumni groups, or meetups with similar interests.

5. Seek Professional Guidance: Consider seeking advice from a career counselor or a life coach. They can help you identify your values, develop a plan of action, and can help you make career decisions.

6. Get Training or Education: If you find a new career you’re interested in but don’t have the skills or qualifications, consider going back to school or getting additional training.

7. Consider Internships or Volunteering: If you're trying to break into a new sector or field, internships or volunteering can be a really good way of gaining experience and developing new skills. They can also give you a taste of whether the role or industry is a good fit for you before committing fully.

8. Work on Your Personal Brand: Update your resume, LinkedIn profile, and tailor your cover letter to resonate with your values and your desired role.

9. Interview: Once you have an interview, ask questions about areas that are important to you. This will not only show your interest in the role but will also help you determine whether the company aligns with your values.

Remember, changing careers is not an overnight process. It may take multiple tries, several interviews, and even some more learning along the way. But knowing that your career aligns with your values will make the effort worth it.