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Getting Back into the Workforce

May
6

Millions of educated, professional women temporarily leave their jobs to stay home and raise their children despite the hard work put into earning a degree and climbing the corporate ladder. So wouldn’t quitting, even for a few years, kill a career? Not according to Monica Samuels and J.C. Conklin, who launched MomsNextMove.com, a new site in March designed to educate women on how to successfully leave and then return to the workforce because they have chosen to spend time with their children.

“People thought I was crazy to leave a salary and paid vacations to stay home with my child,” explains Monica, “But I had a plan, which is vital before you go storming into your boss’ office to announce your departure. There’s more to quitting than saying the words. There’s strategy involved.” That experience inspired her book, Comeback Moms, written for moms wanting to resume their careers and thus the new website. Check it out and tell me what you think.

This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 6th, 2008 at 2:09 pm by Jeanne Muchnick. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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Jeanne MuchnickJeanne Muchnick is a multi-tasking mama who's been writing about her two girls ever since they were born. She's the former Editor of Baby Magazine turned InTown Senior Editor whose parenting stories have also appeared in a variety of national consumer magazines including Woman's Day, Healthy Kids, Parents, Parenting, Pregnancy, FamilyFun and more. She lives in Larchmont, NY with her two girls: Corey, 14 and Sydney, 11, her husband, Mark and her flat coated retriever, Chip.
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MitchamMary Lynn Mitcham, the editor-in-chief of InTown Westchester, is new to the mom scene. Her son, Owen, was born on the Fourth of July, 2006. Needless to say, she's still trying to figure out how to get herself - and her son - dressed and fed and still make it on time to work. Before she joined InTown and motherhood, she worked as a senior editor at Travel Holiday magazine and has freelanced for several publications including Parenting, Adoptive Families, Bridal Guide, Boating, Men's Fitness, and more. She lives in Westchester with her new baby and her husband, Adam.
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