84.51°’s work life culture creates a supportive environment for women returning from a career break - especially new mothers

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84.51° welcomes women returning from career breaks

84.51° welcomes women returning from career breaks

Are you an experienced professional who has taken a career break and is ready to return to work?

Returning to work after a career break can certainly be a daunting prospect. Sometimes it seems the world has moved on. Or maybe your confidence is lacking and you're no longer quite certain about the strength of your own skills and experience anymore.

Or maybe you're just not sure what job and which company is going to be right for you - or even how you might manage balancing work commitments with family responsibilities.

Maybe, you've lost touch with your networks and your former colleagues.

84.51° is here to dispel all those fears and get you back on track to a career you love.

Balancing family life with your career

At 84.51° there are many women who successfully manage a thriving career while balancing personal commitments.

84.51° understands that parents can bring a lot to the table - and that their skills and expertise firmly help drive the company.

Meehee is an Analyst at 84.51°. The company culture allows her to balances her career with raising a family.

"Being a working mom is very challenging," says Meehee. "I am so glad to be part of 84.51° where I get to work from home if needed and still be able to connect with my coworkers via email, messenger, and WebEx."

Find a fresh start at 84.51° 

If you're looking to return to work after a career break, the friendly recruiting teams at 84.51° are here to help - they will review your application and consider your skill match with their current career opportunities. 

All great journeys begin with just one step - so check out their amazing work place, then get applying!


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