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?
If you’re in your mid-twenties and regularly wonder what on earth you’re doing with your life, you’re not alone.
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. The third episode stars the woman behind mega successful lifestyle blog Fashion Foie Gras , Emily Johnston. She reveals the highs and lows of being a blogger in the modern world including what they can earn, the work it takes and the downside of travelling the world 24/7. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Steal Her Job with Benefit's head make-up artist Lisa Potter-Dixon Steal Her Job with fashion show producer Sara Blonstein Footwear designer Sophia Webster talks her blossoming fashion career
Steal Her Job is our brand new video series where we interview some of the coolest women in the country about the highs and lows of their careers as well as finding out how you can follow in their footsteps. First up is Benefit's head make-up artist and brow expert, Lisa Potter-Dixon. She gives us the lowdown on what make-up artists really earn, just how manic London Fashion Week is and what it really takes to beat the stiff competition in the beauty industry. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Dr Pimple Popper talks spot popping, viral fame and the pressures of YouTube Marguerite is the women-only club breaking barriers in the art world Meet Rain Dove: the firefighter turned model who embraces being genderless
Cheese and onion, salt and vinegar, prawn cocktail – whichever is your favourite crisp flavour, one thing’s for sure: you’ll make any excuse to eat them. Well, excuse yourself no more, because now there’s a way to eat crisps all day and actually get paid for it. Walkers are after someone who will essentially eat loads of crisps for them.
It was carried out by Textio, and involved analysing 50 million job listings for language that tends to provoke disproportionate responses from women or men. Some of the most feminine job postings included those for home health aides – a career that’s a whopping 89% female – nurse practitioners, physician assistants and genetic counsellor roles. On the other side of the spectrum, fast-growing but particularly male-dominated jobs such as cartographers had key words such as ‘manage’ ‘superior’ and ‘forces’, which tended to appeal to men.
Many celebrities have more than one career whether that’s an actor-cum-singer or model-turned-designer. Known as ‘slashies’, it’s a term we’re familiar with considering most millennials now have no choice but to have multiple career paths. But some famous faces have an interest in business far away from the limelight. Whether it’s setting up their own beauty brand or entering the restaurant market, these A-listers have some interesting passions.
Job Pal isn’t actually an app but a chat bot you talk to via Facebook chat which helps you search for jobs from its database. For example, if you tell the bot that you’re interested in working in social media in London, Job Pal will show you a small selection of relevant job ads and allow you to make a speedy application. If you’ve been totally jaded by the job hunting process and you’re about to jack it all in and head home to mum and dad, then this gimmick may well be the respite you need.