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The WHO describes burn-out as “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed."
Research has shown women are far more likely to be judged based on their appearance at work - not just their clothes, hair and makeup, but also their weight.
Meghan Markle entirely changed her life path for a relationship. While her circumstances are extreme, the main question her decision raises is relatable: Is it OK to give up a career for love?
Joe Blakeney says his daughter Jess was recently fired from her job because of her colorful hair. So he decided to turn to social media in hopes of helping his daughter find a new job.
Robin Hazlett of Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, says she has known she wanted to be a music teacher since the 9th grade, when she was a student at Drexel Hill Middle School. By high school, Hazlett discovered that playing music was a way to participate and be a part of theatre performances without having to be up on stage, but still getting to experience the magic of live musical theatre. Fast forward to the present, and Hazlett has combined all these revelations into a dedicated career at the very school where she first was inspired to become an educator: Hazlett has been the music teacher at Drexel Hill Middle School for 35 years now.
"As soon as you use the word 'beautiful’ you are taking the conversation somewhere that isn’t professional."