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Back to the office: Back to 'normal' is not exactly what women need

Women, work and the push to go back to the office

One Path Back to a Fulfilling Career

How returner programmes create opportunities for women to reboot careers in mid-life.

I swapped life as a diplomat to become a junior doctor, just as Covid hit...

Victoria Whitford used to negotiate hostage release but with a small child in tow she opted for another kind of busy

Why we need more midlife women on our screens

The representation of midlife women onscreen is actually declining. To change it, we must work together

What do we do about the authority gap?

Why do men underestimate women? As we move into midlife, we have an opportunity to be fearless and promote female authority.

How I survived the pandemic & menopause as an entrepreneur

Menopause, five kids and the pandemic: how one entrepreneur has survived. Liz Matthews on a year like no other.

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Sheryl Sandberg on NOON: 'It's fantastic'

Sheryl Sandberg throws her weight behind Noon’s campaign to highlight the last bastion of discrimination and the forgotten part of diversity – ageism

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Sheryl Sandberg talks to NOON about midlife pinch points

Sheryl Sandberg, the Facebook COO, talks to NOON founder Eleanor Mills about pinch points in midlife.

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Put yourself in the driving seat for midlife job hunting

The good news for midlifers now: It's a candidate-driven market. How to get ready for it.

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Coming back from a career break: A lawyer's story

Coming back from a career break is a common experience for women in midlife. A lawyer describes how she did it.

I hated being a corporate lawyer so I left and created a new life...

Forest bathing is about connecting to nature. For Liz Dawes, it was a pathway to reconnecting to herself.

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Saying no is my superpower: how to change your attitude to work

Anniki Sommerville tells how to make saying no an opportunity for a new career path.

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