Posts Tagged ‘career change’

Fancy a change? Four short-term and online courses you can take without ditching the day job!

Managing both a successful career and a happy family can be tricky for parents. In a recent article, Forbes refers to “mommy wars”, this intense divide between stay-at-home mums and working mothers. It may sound rather unimportant, but it’s actually a complicated societal issue with gender inequality at work, guilt

Short-term and online courses: new career opportunities without giving up work-life balance

Managing both a successful career and a happy family can be tricky for all parents out there, and even more pressure is put on mothers especially. In a recent article, Forbes refers to “mommy wars”, this intense divide between stay-at-home mums and working mothers. It may sound rather unimportant, but

Why an urban planning career could be right up your street

It may not be an obvious career choice, but urban planning is definitely worth considering as an option. With graduate employment rates typically close to 90%, this industry offers good prospects, an interesting and varied work load and the possibility of working in the private, public or even charitable sectors.

Woman quits £60,000 a year job to sell ice cream on an island…would you?

Is it ever too late to change your career? Well, only if you say so. The term ‘mature student’ was coined for a reason – to give anyone who decided (in adult life) that they wanted to change careers to have the opportunity to do just that. If you think

How to relaunch your career…the three C’s you should consider

Whether you’re returning to work after a break to look after the children or have wound up a business, there are three things that you should consider before agreeing new terms for a job (old or new).

Thinking of a career change? Here’s how to do it

The days of life-long careers may be over – it’s increasingly uncommon these days for a person to stay in exactly the same job for their whole life. Many people prefer to build up a set of transferrable skills and move between industries over the years. But making a career