Whether people have been busy having children, looking after a sick relative or have taken a career break, many are seeking advice on how to get back into the job market. An increasing number of women are trying to return to work after having a career break and finding that not only has the jobs market changed, but so has the way you apply for jobs. Whether women have taken a break due to childbirth, sickness or a career break, there is a lot for anyone who has had a few years out of the job market to learn — and much of it can at first seem daunting.
The Loose Women presenter felt lucky to take baby Rex with her as she returned to work for the first time after his birth. The Loose Women presenter went back to work for her first full day today, telling fans she's working on a new secret project. The year-old, who recently welcomed son Rex with boyfriend Joe Swash, said she was thrilled to be able to take him with her.
In case you didn't already know, a new study has revealed that working mothers really do have a lot on their plate. As a parent, you automatically have a lot of responsibility. Add to this the pressures of working a nine to five job and it can quickly all become too much to handle.
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By Lorraine Candy for the Daily Mail. As Editor-in-Chief of fashion magazine Elle and a mum to three young children, Lorraine Candy's life is a chronic juggling act. In her weekly column she reveals what life is really like for working mothers.
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This game-changing Dutch practice shines a light on how America is lagging behind with postnatal care. For 12 years, we have recognized the U. At these 60 law firms, women made up 37 percent of new equity partners—compared with only 27 percent five years ago.
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When I took two and half years off work after my youngest daughter was born, I loved the freedom and flexibility it gave us. I loved being able to concentrate on her and to invest time in making new friends and building support networks. Just as a lot of stay-at-home parents imagine that working life is the easy option, with endless fancy coffees and the luxury of going to the toilet alone, myths persist about the realities of life as a stay-at-home mum.
Something magical happens when you become a mum. That invisible social boundary that stops strangers talking to one another vanishes and you find yourself having deep personal conversations with other mums without even exchanging names. And for the best part, these chats are fuelled by a camaraderie that comes from a shared experience of childbirth, navigating life with a newborn and surviving the whole parent thing.