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The Prodigal Daughters of Business :: Women on Business

Women on Business

Through the blog, I have met with many former career women—from all over the world—who fear they ‘threw it away in their forties’ to become mothers, and can never make it back as the prodigal daughters of business.

A Woman's Place is in the Classroom

Women on Business

As Beverly climbed the ladder of career success she has seen the challenges mount. “I

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Still holding on to “life's leg warmers?” What would Jane Fonda.

Women on Business

Take a class, attend a seminar, learn a new skill or volunteer for a favorite cause.

What Employers Want from the Long-Term Unemployed

Harvard Business Review

New research from CareerBuilder found that 85 percent of hiring managers and human resource managers are more understanding of employment gaps now than they were pre-recession. IT workers), attending professional seminars, or enrolling in community college courses. Volunteerism is a testament to a person's character and work ethic. Career planning Hiring