Get the best from a career break: How to make the most of your time away from the office
A & C Black (A & C Black, 2006)
This book covers all the key issues for anyone thinking about time out from the office. Includes how to make the most of a career break, weighing up the pros and cons of a career break, thinking about values and priorities, exploring the options open to you, assessing your financial situation, investigating flexible working and getting back into the swing of things.
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Get the best from a career break: how to make the most from your time away from the office
Pros and cons of career breaks, the options available, personal finances, flexible working, returning to work after career breaks, and career development resources.
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