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  • Second Time's a Charm?

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    Entrepreneurial considerations for the mature professional

  • Making Work Fit Your Life

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    These varied stories show the creativity and resourcefulness of women as they approach their careers.

  • Relieving the Guilt of Going Back to Work


    Making the decision to opt back into the workforce for the first time in years isn't an easy one, and chances are you spent a long time thinking about the pros and cons of returning to the grind after years of taking care of your family.

  • How to Overcome Mothers' Guilt at Work


    Making the decision to go back to work is a serious move and one that shouldn't be taken lightly.

  • Prepare and Practice Before Job-Hunting Events

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    When you're re-entering the job force and you need some flexibility in your work arrangement, the experts at Mom Corps can help you focus your job search at employment events.

  • How to Opt Into the Workforce as a Stay-at-Home Mom


    Factors to think about as you're preparing to re-enter the professional world.

  • Tips for Applying for a Virtual Job

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    What makes a remote candidate stand out in a hiring manager's eyes and what can you do to put yourself at the top of the consideration list?

  • Get Your Resume Up to Date After an Employment Gap


    If you've decided to start looking for new flexible job postings after taking some time off to care for your family, you'll need to get your resume in order and up-to-date.

  • The Benefits of Part-time Work


    Part-time work is a great way to generate income without sacrificing your personal life, can provide a better work-life blend and allow you to tend to tasks at home while flourishing as a professional.

  • Hunting for the Job That's Best for You


    Finding jobs that are tailored to blending your professional and personal lives can be a challenge. Here's how you can.

  • Gender Diverse-Workplaces Make More Money


    According to a study conducted by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, gender diversity in the workplace increases the productivity of the entire office.

  • Should You Find a Telecommuting Job or Start Your Own Business?


    Whatever route you take, having the flexibility to work when you want and limit hours if you choose are attractive benefits.

  • Try Temporary Jobs to Find Your Dream Job


    If you're contemplating a return to the workplace after taking several years off while your children were young or just looking for a fresh start, working as a temporary employee is a way to learn about a variety of industries in a short amount of time.

  • How Your Job Search Can Land You Your Dream Job


    Trying to figure out where you fit into the hiring landscape may be difficult at times, particularly if you've taken a break for family reasons or you're attempting to break into a new industry. Finding jobs for working parents that are tailored to blending your professional and personal lives can be a challenge.

  • Simple Tips to Picking Your Job Interview Outfit


    A job interview isn't the time to show off a lavish, colorful nail treatment or the trendiest outfit in your closet. It's when you want to convey the most professional look you can, matched as closely as possible to the culture of the company where you'll be interviewed.

  • Rejuvenate your work skills after a career break


    After a lengthy gap between jobs, someone returning to the job force will inevitably face questions about what they've done during this break.

  • How to Network on Social Media


    You have your social media profiles completed, you’ve picked your most professional picture and you’re posting interesting content. But how do you reach out and network online?

  • Enhance Your Resume with the Truth


    When you are re-entering the workforce after time off, working part time or even something less traditional, one of the fears you may face is how to make up for your lack of experience the past few years.

  • The Career Clock


    Follow the story of Julie Kaeli, writer and mother of two, on her quest to re-enter the workforce.

  • 4 Ways to Manage Employment Gaps


    Opting back into the workforce often brings about a mixture of emotions - excitement in rejoining the professional world, but concern regarding questions about your employment gap. Here are a few ways to address the gap head on.

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