The research
Women's careers are different than men's 
There is a differential impact of
family responsibilities on women’s careers
Women’s career development has a relationship-focused emphasis
Women’s under-representation in high levels of organizations constrains career progress
(Women’s Career Development Phases: Idealism; Endurance and Reinvention; O’Neil, D. and Bilimoria, D. Career Development International, Vol. 10, No. 3 2005)
Women in midlife can thrive in professional reinvention 
60% 
Women 55+ represent 60% of the workforce today and are a rapidly growing segment
57% 
32%
11%
57% of women want to change careers; 32% are considering it. Leaving only 11% of women happy in their current work
 Women’s careers develop in three age-linked phases: idealistic achievement, endurance, and  reinvention
(The Conference Board, 2018)
(Inhersight, 2019)
(Women’s Career Development Phases: Idealism; Endurance and Reinvention; O’Neil, D. and Bilimoria, D. Career Development International, Vol. 10, No. 3 2005)
Women supporting women: happier and more successful 
Women need other women to reflect their value back to them
79% of women believe women support each other at work. 55% say there is more work to be done
Women with an inner circle of close female contacts are more likely to land executive positions
(Harvard Business Review, 2019)
(Refinery 29 and Berlin Cameron, 2019)
(Harvard Business Review, 2019)

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