Lauren Stevenson went from being the PR Director for my-wardrobe to being Head of PR for one of the most famous department stores in the world, Harrods. She's since branched out on her own and founded PR agency Aisle 8. We caught up with her to find out how it's all going.
After a week or two enjoying time off with friends and family over the holidays, some people will return to work refreshed and ready to get stuck into their job in 2015 while many others will come back thinking: 'New Year, New Career.'
Beyoncé, Ellie Goulding, Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift are all examples of female musicians finding huge success alongside their male counterparts, but can the same be said for the women behind the scenes in the music industry?
If you’ve been thinking about a career change, chances are the British Army might not be your first thought. But if you’re goal-oriented, decisive, ambitious and up for embracing new challenges, then a life in the Army could be the perfect match for you.
Marie Claire has been training with the Army and learning there’s more to being a soldier than press-ups and rifles. An equal opportunities employer, the Army offers salaries according to rank, not gender, and is always recruiting for more than 200 diverse roles (with all but a few front-line jobs open to women). There’s also a pension, 38 days annual holiday, maternity packages and subsidised learning.