Women In The Workplace
Family, ISSUE 743-625
January 10, 2019

We’re a nation of schmoozers. But when it comes to business meetings, overindulging in our national pastime can be frustrating — and costly. Here’s how to make meetings more focused and productive

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December 26, 2018

You’ve likely been told there’s no way you can make a living writing. Meet 5 women who turned their love of writing into a viable career

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October 31, 2018

Meet five women who made their passion for numbers count in a fulfilling career

Family, ISSUE 687-569
November 29, 2017

They’re frum mothers, dealing with children, Shabbos guests, and community obligations. They’re doctors, dealing with life-and-death decisions, and grueling hours. How do they balance both?

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November 22, 2017

Blogs are increasingly a way to earn a substantial living. Successful bloggers and marketing experts share the secrets of how to make real money from blogging.

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November 01, 2017

A guide to networking on what is probably the most effective social media for career promotion,Lasting Links on Linkedin,A guide to networking on what is probably the most effective social media for career promotion

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October 18, 2017

How to prepare yourself to transition from diapers and car pools to deadlines and spreadsheets — and get the job of your dreams.

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June 21, 2017

This generation is not afraid to try something new and daring: Four millennials speak about the businesses they’ve created and the crucial lessons learned in the process,

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June 07, 2017

Three real estate agents talk about why it takes far more than giving a tour to make a house go from “For Sale!” to “SOLD”

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February 22, 2017

With their opportunities for industry knowledge, product information, and new contacts, trade shows can be key business-building tools… if you know how to use them,

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August 24, 2016

Despite their differences, Bnei Brak’s Sari Roth and Tel Aviv’s Zika Abzuk have a common goal: opening Israel’s high-tech industry to chareidi entrepreneurs