HOW TO HAVE IT ALL (MAYBE)
These services help women join the workforce— on their own terms.
Determine how many hours you want to work per week and this website
will match you up with remote-work opportunities. The service has only been
around for a year or so, but it has already garnered major buzz for hooking up women in tech and editorial fields with opportunities at major companies like Hearst and Buzzfeed.
This start-up was founded in 2007 in Boulder, Colo., by techie Sara Sutton Fell, who wanted to achieve a better work-life balance after becoming pregnant. All the jobs listed allow
applicants to telecommute, work part-time or freelance and are subject to screening (read “no shady telemarketing schemes”).
This online career resource has been around for more than 15 years and helps support women in all facets of job search. It offers seminars and programs, job boards and tips
for updating resumés. If you haven’t interviewed for a position since Britney and Madonna smooched at the VMAs, this might be
the best place to start.