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The Lean Back To Help Other Women In Business

Leaning Back: Helping other women in the workplaceThe Lean In Alternative: Why Leaning Back Also Works for Women in Business

Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In has received both high praise and disapproval from women. Whether you agree with everything she writes or not, says Vickie Milazzo, the core lesson that women should lean in and become leaders in the workplace is solid advice. But, she adds, in their rise to the top, women should also make an effort to lean back to help other women.

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Working Mothers Increasingly Taking Over Role of Household CFO

Working MomsMore than half of working mothers are sole managers of household expenses

Sixty-one percent of working mothers would prefer raise over taking year off from work

WILMINGTON, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A new poll, released today by Working Mother magazine and Chase Card Services, reveals that as the family’s CFO, 59 percent of working mothers say they manage household expenses alone. This is compared to 30 percent of working mothers who say they manage household expenses in a joint effort with their spouse and 11 percent who say their spouse manages household finances. Still, three quarters (76 percent) of mothers say their household finances are managed successfully.

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7 Advantages to Working Online

The Benefits of Working From HomeAccording to online sources internet spending will grow from $202 billion in 2011 to an estimated $226 billion by the end of 2012. Additional projections have internet sales rising to the over $327 billion by the end of 20161. With this type of revenue being generated and more to come, many women are turning to internet marketing to either create a business or supplement an existing business.

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Top Jobs For an Enterprising Personality

50 Best Jobs For Your PersonalityST. PAUL, Minn. — Research has proven that people who connect their personality types to their careers tend to have the most satisfaction and success. In his new book, 50 Best Jobs for Your Personality, Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., compiles the best jobs for five different personalities: realistic, investigative, artistic, social and enterprising.

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