|Statement||Enid and Edward Hutchinson.|
|Contributions||Hutchinson, E. M.|
|LC Classifications||LC1666.G7 H88 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 145 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||88112157|
Recognizing the challenges of returning to work, even after short breaks, Carol Fishman Cohen and Vivian Steir Rabin, both graduates of Harvard Business School, wrote a book for women, “Back on. In 43 adult women who returned to pursue full-time undergraduate studies at two institutions of higher education in England's East Midlands around were interviewed. In , efforts were made to trace and reinterview the women. Of the 25 women located, 23 were interviewed a second time. When first interviewed, the women were certain that education was going to Cited by: "Returning women have been a great source of talent for us," said Paul Lesser, Fidelity's senior vice president for HR. "It's part of our strategy" to find top talent and create a highly inclusive Author: Steve Bates. Returning is a must-read for those wishing to embark on a profound, painful, but ultimately hopeful journey into the human soul. - Yael Unterman, author of Nehama Leibowitz, Teacher and Bible Scholar and The Hidden of Things: Twelve Stories of Love & Longing. Dazzling Returning is an extraordinary and challenging book on many levels/5(28).
Women returning to work after a career break are wiser, more efficient and better at multi-tasking. I have balanced the complex needs . Yet as the book explains, the high school years – not the college ones – are where students begin to segregate in choice of major. In those years, more women than men lose interest in science and technology fields. (In college, there’s no difference between men and women in completion rates.) And the education system may be to blame. Facing Your Fears of Returning to School as an Adult by Becton Loveless. A growing number of career colleges and vocational training schools now offer bachelor's and graduate degree programs oriented toward working adults. People frequently enroll in career colleges to acquire new skills or enhance their knowledge. This book chapter is published as Lysaght, P, Women returing to study: stories of trans formation, in Kell, P, Vialle, W, Konza, D and Vogl, G (eds), Learning and the learner: exploring learning for new times, University of Wollongong, , p. Complete book availablehere.
Azadeh Moaveni has written a powerful, indispensable book on a challenging subject: the inner lives and motivations of women who joined or supported the Islamic State militant group. It is a great. Book Review: 'Women Who Work,' By Ivanka Trump Ivanka Trump's new book — named after her brand's marketing campaign — is packed with anodyne advice borrowed from others, and a striking lack of. This paper draws upon the metaphor of the “hero’s journey” to further analyse seven stories of women returning to education. These stories have formed the basis of a recent book publication by the authors (Stone & O’Shea, ) and are derived from two complementary but separate research studies (O’Shea, ; Stone, ).Cited by: 7. Learning, Earning and Returning: The 3 Stages of a Fulfilling Life Your success can be the catalyst for the success of others, and that is Author: Jeff Shavitz.