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Victoria Stokes

Victoria Stokes is a writer from the United Kingdom. When she’s not writing about her favorite topics, she usually has her nose stuck in a good book. Victoria lists coffee, cocktails, and the color pink among some of her favorite things.

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    7 Ways To Remain Resilient In A Hostile Work Environment

    Bottom line, staying at an unfulfilling job can make you more acutely aware that while a career is important, it’s your well-being that matters most.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    Studies Show That Self-Employed Women Are At A Greater Risk Of Having Mental Health Issues

    According to studies, self-employed women are at a greater risk of mental illness.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    What To Consider Before Pursuing Your Side Hustle Full-Time

    During the pandemic, one in four women are turning their side hustles into full blown businesses.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    4 Ways To Become A Competitive Applicant

    If you’re job hunting right now, that might feel like a pretty daunting task and with the increased competition you may wonder how you could possibly stand out from all the other applicants and net your dream role.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    How To Find Your Career Stretch Zone To Reach New Heights

    You don’t need to be terrified to reach new heights in your career. That’s where your stretch zone comes in.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    How To Market Yourself And Your Business Without Feeling Awkward

    Knowing how to talk about your achievements, both in real life and as part of your online brand, is an important ingredient for career success.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    How To Effectively Silence Your Inner Critic

    Self-esteem plays an important role in why women may be less likely to go for roles that stretch them.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    Multi-Hyphening May Be The New ‘Permission Slip To Creating Your Dream Job’

    The trick in creating a multi-hyphen career is in combining your passions and skills to create a varied work life that you love. Getting clear on what your strengths are and how they come together can help create your career-hyphening options.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    Women Who Ignored The Naysayers And Successfully Launched Businesses During The Pandemic

    In spite of the predicted ‘worst global recession in our lifetime’ women are putting their self-employed dreams in motion.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    Crushing Career Grief Hurts After Job Loss, But Don’t Let It Break You

    Career grief may have left you crushed and you should take time to heal, but don't be afraid to lock in and turn this minor setback into a career triumph.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    How To Ditch Confrontation Nerves And Flex Your Assertive Muscle

    Whether it’s negotiating a pay rise, putting yourself forward for promotion, or letting your boss or superiors know you’re not completely happy, confrontation is part and parcel of every career.
    By Victoria Stokes
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    How To Be An Activist At Work Whether You’re The Boss Or Employee

    It’s not always easy to bring up issues that we feel passionately about in the workplace, but it's very necessary to do so.
    By Victoria Stokes
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