#GAReads | JobsForHer Helps Women Who Are Ready To Restart Their Careers
When Wharton grad Neha Bagaria took a break from her career to have a baby in late 2009, the maternity break ballooned into a three-year hiatus. And when she got back into the workforce it seemed like a changed world.
“I dealt with everything from guilt management to time management to fear management to biases management,” says Bagaria, 36, who has two boys aged 9 and 6.
Her reasoning was that if she experienced all of these doubts and concerns it must resonate with a lot of women trying to re-enter the workforce. Thus was born JobsForHer – a portal dedicated to women aspiring to restart their careers.