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Join us on September 12th, for our first event after the summer hiatus, focused on the challenges of- and potential solutions for – successful remote and flexible working in the digital age. We are graciously being hosted by ING's Lioness network and look forward to an insightful evening!
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Right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.
Seventy-three percent of women are interested in changing careers according to InHerSight’s recent study of 1,500 working women. That means right now, two-thirds of the female workforce is wondering whether they should not just leave their jobs but change industries entirely.
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