Startling stats from Marks and Spencer has revealed that 96 per cent of people in the UK are living life on autopilot, with the average Brit making 15 decisions a day without truly thinking about it.
Thousands of women leave the workplace each year due to redundancies and pay cuts that occur during pregnancy.
Women effectively work for free for 66 days compared to men and today, 7 March, marks the day the average woman starts getting paid compared to the average man.
With research indicating that a boost to female entrepreneurship in the UK could bring £60bn extra to the economy, Hatch Enterprise and Enterprise Enfield have launched an initiative to fuel [...]
A report from the Institution of Engineering and Technology showed that between 2012–2015, women made up 47 per cent of the UK's workforce but only 13 per cent of STEM workers.
Driven by a staunch ambition to be a success story rather than a victim of circumstance, Laura Phillips pursued her a career in the creative industries before carving out her niche as a digital [...]