You’ve found your ideal job but instead of just sending through your sparkling and pre-prepared CV you’re faced with tackling a job application form. Workingmums.co.uk has put together the following advice on how to make sure you stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons.
You’ve been called back for a second round and now is your chance to secure your dream job, so don’t blow it. See our workingmums.co.uk tips on how to impress your prospective employer.
Lacking confidence? Scared of returning to work? Taking time out to have your family does not have to mean career suicide and skills and confidence can be re-built. Workingmums.co.uk talked to careers expert, Linda Whittern about where to start.
Most of us are familiar with the idea of learning in a classroom environment, having spent a great part of our younger years at school. Some people find this an overwhelmingly positive experience, whereas others can't wait to leave compulsory education. For many distance learning might be the way to catch up, says the Home Learning College.
I separated from my husband and moved to a new area I don’t know. I have been out of the workforce since 2004 as I have a child with autism. I want to go back part-time, but am worried about bias against single mums. How much do I need to tell them?