Three weeks ago I returned to work. This was the first time I saw anyone other than family or friends for the past eight months and to make matters worse, I was starting a new job. I wondered how would I find the “new me” when venturing into the world of being a working mum.
A new year is upon us and chances are you’ve resolved to be a better person or higher achiever in 2017. No matter what your goal is, a few simple changes to your routine could make you far more productive and therefore more likely to see positive results.
The gender pay gap falls to 5 percent for millennials in their 20s – but women still face a severe “pay penalty” over the course of their lifetime.
I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions and this is why, but I have vowed to make 2017 a year of positive change. As a twenty-something-year-old woman trying to forge a successful career I’ve already experienced some of the inequalities that still exist in our modern world. From having to tolerate sexist ‘banter’ to earning less money than my male peers I‘ve experienced first-hand the impact of working in a male-dominated environment.
How ‘managing up’ will help springboard your career and drive positive business outcomes.
From a healthy work / life balance to supporting other women, The Ambitionist takes a look a 15 traits of successful business women
- Go traveling with friends
- Go on a romantic city break
- Sort out your finances
- Get caught in a rainstorm
- Write a diary