New research shows that the typical income for people with mental health issues is far less than the rest of the UK population.
Unconventional career tips for unprecedented times.
We're told to never give up. But what if that's not working?
"Sure, times are really unsettling, mentally for the most part, but a girl’s gotta do what she’s gotta do to live another day."
When they tell people they are farmers, their first reaction is usually “Oh, there are farms in Singapore?”
Forget having it "all"—why aren’t women allowed to just have "some," and be happy with it?
“It can’t hurt to ask” is extremely common advice, but when we’re all so accessible online, just being able to reach someone and ask for their help doesn’t mean what it used to.
A New York Times story pushed medicine as the ideal career for women. A closer look at data shows "better work-life balance" is actually "choosing careers that require fewer hours" and "still relatively less pay."
The lowest-paid workers are expected to give up having a life, do anything for the customer, and be grateful to have a job.
Research shows weak-tie relationships can be just as important as strong-tie relationships for our mental health.
"I do have other aspirations but when people see you a certain way, it’s hard to shake that reputation."