These ser­vices help women join the work­force— on their own terms.

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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.

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