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Bringing a baby into the world is a wonderful thing, but some fear that it will hold them back in their job search. Related: 6 Tips For Working Women With Families Don’t panic! Before you start looking for a new job, check out these quick tips for job searching while you’re pregnant:

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Many women are faced with a tough hiring road if they have left the workforce to raise children. A resume that ends five years ago like an abrupt sandstone cliff won’t bring many interviews. So, how can moms break back into a career? Related: 6 Tips For Working Women With Families Here are four strategies that can get you hired:

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The game of sales can be a challenging one, and some people are just not meant to be in the field. However, some people are born with the natural ability to sell. Now, we aren’t saying women are better salespeople than men, but the ladies do have a few natural qualities that make them great at sales. According to Luke LeSaffre, a Senior Sales Representative at Fusion Worldwide, there are three important factors for success in sales:

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Imagine the following scenario: You walk into the office, just days after your promotion. You’re happy you’ve upgraded to a new office, a better parking spot, and a better salary. You’re proud of yourself, and you should be, you’ve worked really hard for this. So, why are the rest of the women in the office whispering to themselves when you walk by? Why have they suddenly stopped inviting you to lunch? And why is there a nasty rumor about how you “really” got your promotion, spreading around the office like wild fire? It’s called relational aggression and it’s just one of the many ways women can sabotage their careers.

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