- 10 Tips for Moms Returning to Work
- Resume Gaps Pose Challenges
- Local Woman Helps Others
- Returning to Work after a Career Gap
- 5 Tips for Women Restarting Career
10 tips for moms looking to get ‘back to business’
For many moms, back-to-school time means back-to-(paying)-work time for them. After leaving the workforce to care for babies and young children, many moms plan to re-enter the working world once their children start getting a little older. But, many of them get stuck at the very beginning – wondering who will look at a resume with a years-long gap and worrying that their old network of colleagues is next to nonexistent.
Resume Gaps Pose Challenges for Triangle Women Resuming Careers
The N&O profiled Back to Business in this article about women returning to the workforce. “The upcoming Back to Business Women’s Conference being held Oct. 8 and 9 in Morrisville, believed to be a first-of-its-kind event locally, is geared to helping women like deSouza who want to rejoin the corporate world after taking time off for personal reasons.”
Raleigh at Work: Local Woman Helps Others Re-enter the Workforce
Raleigh Magazine featured Back to Business founder Katie Dunn in its Jobs issue on August 25, 2015. “It seemed so many of my friends—smart women with degrees and good skills—were having the same conversation, saying, ‘I’d love to go back to work, but it’s just so hard to get back in.’” So Dunn decided to make that her business—helping women rejoin the workforce.
Returning to Work after a Career Gap
The Cary News / News & Observer tackled the issue of women returning to work and featured the Back to Business Women’s Conference
5 Tips for Women Restarting Career
About 43 percent of highly qualified women take a career break at some point. Many find it difficult to relaunch that career, but it’s not impossible. Here are 5 tips to help you restart your career.