In the third and final installments of looking back at 2018, we delve into our favourite and inspiring career advice articles of the year.
WeAreTheCity prides itself on having the answers you need to take the next step in your career. Our careers advice section offers the latest and most relevant tips on networking, legal advice, CV advice, interview advice and much more.
Returning to work and returnships
Returnships and helping women return to work after taking a career break has been at the forefront of careers advice in 2018.
Whether you are a maternity returner or someone who has taken a career break, there are now a myriad of options which will enable you to return to work. These programmes include training, a chance to refresh skills and meet other women who are in a similar position.
We have a dedicated page for all our returnship programmes, flexible working advice and advice on returning to work.
You can view the open returnships here.
In 2018, we also started focusing more on advice for entrepreneurs and small business owners, alongside those in a ‘traditional’ role.
Statistics show that more and more people are looking to become their own boss and set up a business. Below are just a few of our top articles to get you started:
WeAreTheCity has lots of advice and tips for productive networking sessions.
We also have a brand new networking directory, which allows you to search for networks in your area and even coaches to gain one-to-one advice and mentoring. You can find this directory here.
Don’t forget, we have a number of handy tools so that you can progress your career further. WeAreTheCity’s Careers Club provides online access to career development tools, alongside giving our members the ability to grow their personal networks.
If you are interested in taking your career to the next level and are self motivated and looking to meet like minded individuals, then this is the club for you.
We welcome women and men, of all backgrounds, at all levels, from all industries.
WeAreTheCity Jobs was created to encourage more talented women to pursue their career aspirations and to connect job seekers with companies who are proactively recruiting women and supporting the development of more inclusive working environments.
You can discover a variety of different job roles from top companies such as Worldpay, BNY Mellon, PwC, and Deloitte.