Going Back to Work After Kids – Mom Corps YOU

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Before I met my husband, I worked in a law firm in the city. I’d been at the firm for several years and had a lot of responsibility. It was a huge part of my life and I took a lot of pride in my career.

When my husband and I met and got married, we agreed that I would stay home with our children while they were young. I’m enjoying being a stay-at-home mom and have never regretted that decision.

But I’m starting to think ahead to entering the workforce again. My youngest son will be starting pre-school this year and my husband and I have been talking about what that will mean for my career. In the next couple of years, I’ll need to consider whether or not I will return to work.

 

Back in Workforce - Mom Corps YOU

 

But after being out of the workforce for almost 10 years, I’m not sure where to start. I don’t know how to go about getting back into work or how to balance working again with having children.

Luckily, there’s a place I can go for help – Mom Corps YOU.

 

Mom Corps YOU

 

Mom Corps YOU is exactly what I need to prepare myself for a re-entry back into the workforce.

It’s an online community created for people just like me. It was created by the award-winning professional career development firm Mom Corps and was designed specifically to help professionals better integrate and manage their professional and personal lives.

With Mom Corps YOU, I can find the help I need with everything from information, advice, support and even connections with recruiters. The resources include everything from articles, checklists, ebooks and live support.

In addition to support in preparing for and finding a job, I can also get information to prepare me for the other changes that a career would bring. Mom Corps YOU has great information from experts in finances, health, family relationships and more.

 

Be sure to check out Mom Corps YOU and find the resources you need for a more rewarding professional and personal life. Mom Corps YOU is available via an online subscription for an introductory annual price of $99.99 (regularly $149.99) or $19.99 a month.

 

Are you considering a change in your professional life?

 

 

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Comments

  1. I am considering going back to work although it’s only been two years since I left. But I want to go into a new direction…

  2. That would be a great community to join!  When I went back to work I was clueless!  Pre-Internet days :-)

  3. I never heard of this, but I’ll definitely keep this in mind. :)

  4. I consider my blog and social media work a full time job so if I ever consider a desk job I’ll consider this. Looks like a great community!

  5. What a great resource! After being out of secular work, it can be hard to adjust your style and mindset for a business setting. Even when doing business calls and meetings for the blog, I have to put on the ‘professional’ hat and that did take some time remembering how to do.

  6. What an amazing resource! Thankfully with the extra income I make online, we’re doing well enough for me not to have to go back into the workforce. I could not imagine what a challenge that would be for me since I have been a SAHM/WAHM for ten years!

  7. Great resources, I’ve struggled with this for a while. 

  8. Great community, I would like to go back to staying at home after working LOL!

  9. I’ve been at home and am working and am with Colleen, I’d like to go back to just staying at home! ;)

    I wondered what Moms Corps YOU was, thanks.

  10. This sounds like a great resource for women looking to go back to work after raising their kids. 

  11. I went “back to work” last year (back to teaching); this is an interesting resource.  I wonder if there are non-profits that offer the same type services….

  12. Angela Higdon says:

    I am going back to work when my middle goes to K full time and the baby turns one….to cut way down on daycare costs. 

  13. I am not looking for a new job right now, but Mom Corps sounds like a great way to get back into the work force after being out for awhile. I think it is a great service to take out the not knowing what to do with taking those steps to get back.

  14. joanna garcia says:

    After my baby turns a year i will be getting back into the workforce too so this would be great!  I am also weary about going back but with the proper tools to instill the confidence in me would be great!

  15. That sounds like a good resource, worth pursuing. It might be good to go to a legal placement agency with your resume and ask them what they think you need to do in order to be competitive in today’s marketplace. Especially as many times the easiest way to get back in is to take a temp job, unless your former company will scoop you up. Some moms I know were able to go back to their former company part-time, as a job share. 

  16. It’s nice to know this resource is out there if I need it!

  17. What a great resource! I just had a baby three weeks ago so I am definitely not looking to rejoin the workforce anytime soon, but I have been thinking about what a challenge it will be when the time comes. Luckily I have quite some time before I need to worry about it, but I will have to check this out when the time comes!

  18. I love that there is such a wonderful resource for women ready to go back to work outside the home!

  19. Mom Corps YOU looks like a great community. It can be tough going back to work after being a SAHM for a while.

  20. Since I homeschool my kids going back to work is not really on the plate right now.  Considering that the service is so expensive for someone without a job it doesn’t really seem feasible.

  21. This sounds extremely helpful for my daughter. She’s in the same situation and will be considering going to back into the work force after my grandsons start elementary school. I’ll have to share this with her.

  22. I’ve heard this is very challenging for moms. Good tips and advice!

  23. It would be really daunting to go back to work outside the home now. It’s nice that there are resources like this!

  24. Great resource. This is not an easy transition to make.

  25. This is such a great program for moms who are entering the workforce!  Such great information!

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