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Finding Your Own Work-Life Balance

Finding Your Own Work-Life BalanceMore women than ever are working or filling part-time jobs, leaving behind mounting household chores, according to the study "Overworked and Underemployed" published in The American Prospect. Without the ability to focus on maintaining laundry, groceries, dinner and bills, both men and women are now working around the clock.


5 Tech Career Paths for Women In Business

Women in TechnologyConsider that there is no longer any reason that women should have any different pay or opportunity than men anymore, and that the availability of tech jobs is skyrocketing, and suddenly you'll see where the chance for breaking through for women in tech industries is going to be soon.


How Women Leading the Business World Are Changing the Face of Technology

How Women Leading the Business World Are Changing the Face of TechnologyThere are 9,932,434 women-owned businesses in the United States, a 27.5 percent increase from 2007 to 2012, according to the National Women's Business Council. Meanwhile, a CNN Money Analysis found only 14.2 percent of the top five leadership positions at the companies in the S&P 500 are held by women. Those figures are both good and bad news as women continue to rise through the ranks, but at a slower pace than men.


Constructive Conversations: How to Legally Conduct an Interview

Conducting an InterviewAs an employer, job interviews are an opportunity to grow your business by finding the best people with the perfect skill set. They can also be incredibly stressful interactions with individuals whom you know very little about other than their name, employment history and education.


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