I have spent the past seven years in London working my way onto one of the most established women’s magazines in the country, Grazia magazine. But after less than a year, I quit my job and headed back to the North East… jobless. When the idea of leaving was just that, an idea, I beganContinue reading “Am I Guilty of Not ‘Leaning In’, Just When Society Needed Me to Go the Extra Mile?”
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Are senior posts appealing to the women of tomorrow?
Over the last few weeks Britain has been digesting it’s exposure to the realities of the digressing female representation in British Politics. The Counting Women In campaign released a damning report not only revealing decreasing or barely moving stats on women in Politics but touched upon all industries ranging from the Police and the armed forces toContinue reading “Are senior posts appealing to the women of tomorrow?”