Lovable Links – Business & Career Resources for Women
For this week’s Lovable Links I am featuring career and business resources for every stage of your career path. Whether you’re looking to leave your full-time job to become a stay at home mom or you’re battling cancer and need career advice and assistance these sites have you covered.
Make sure to bookmark these sites because you’ll want to refer to them on a regular basis!
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Cancer and Careers – I can’t even imagine what it would be like to have cancer, let alone focus on a career while having it. So it’s reassuring to know that there is a site that is providing tips, tools and resources for women who are battling cancer. Sponsored by Avon and other beauty moguls, Cancer and Careers provides free career coaching, information on insurance and legal rights, free publications and much more. Show your support by following them on Facebook or Twitter. —-
The Glass Hammer – is an online community dedicated to helping women executives in financial services, law and business build their careers through information, empowerment and inspiration. Found by Nicki Gilmour, The Glass Hammer is a social network, business resource and job board. Follow The Glass Hammer’s tweets on Twitter.
Moms on the Move – is an online resource and community for busy moms. Founded by Emmy Award Winner Linda Swain, Moms on the Move profiles real moms who are making a difference in their homes, communities and world. Moms on the Move offers information on Parenting, Home & Food and Women & Business, along with message boards and an online community where you can network with other moms. To learn more about Linda you can follow her tweets on Twitter.
Your On Ramp – Are you looking to re-enter the workforce? Or perhaps you’re considering staying at home while you care for your child. Your On Ramp is online resources for women for are looking to ramp on or off their current path. Providing career resources, job opportunities and an online community, Your On Ramp has a wealth of information. They even have step by step plan for re-entering the workforce or ramping off.
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