Being confident in your skills will help you get back on your feet.
Healing your heart after a divorce is bad enough — but what if you find yourself having to re-enter the workforce after years away? Things can seem pretty daunting. Relationship experts Kimberly Mishkin and Liza Caldwell of Solutions and Support for Women are here to help you navigate it all.
What's the first step you should take? Create a list of your strengths (and, yes, your weaknesses). Once you have a better handle on your skills, you'll be able to share them with your future employer. What other tips and tricks can you pick up to go from super mom to super worker? Check out the video above to learn more!
What's your advice for re-entering the workforce?