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Once a year I do a deep dive into a topic regarding global female career planning. Here is what I have covered over the last two years:
Re-entering the workforce after a longer break
A career break is tricky to cope with for many women around the globe. Re-entering the workforce after taking some time to raise children, move countries, or take a mental break is a long journey that also includes rediscovering your self-worth.
In this new research project, I am shedding light on the stories of women who did re-enter the workforce and are sharing their personal strategies to land their dream job with a rather non-linear CV.
Female breadwinners breaking through the global glass ceiling
I interviewed 30 amazing women working abroad and gained valuable insights into:
- The real trigger to move abroad
- The struggle to have it all: A successful career and a family
- The confident handling of opinions of others
- The additional pressure as a woman in global mobility
- The career drivers of globally-minded women
- The 4 types of the Female Expat