Explaining the Career “Gap”
March 28 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
A woman that takes a 2-3 year break from her career, can ultimately lose 30% of her lifetime earnings. What should we be doing to stay relevant, engaged and ultimately marketable when we re-enter the workforce? How do we explain the break on our resume? How can we best position ourselves to earn our 30% back?
Janet Jungclaus will help us navigate and strategize our way through the career gap.
You will receive an email the day prior to the webinar with dial-in information!
Janet Jungclaus is a native Minnesotan and a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a degree in Speech Pathology. She worked in an economically depressed area of Central Florida for several years before returning to school for a second undergraduate degree in Engineering. While attending Georgia Tech she became more interested in a graduate program in business and transferred to Georgia State University where she earned a Master of Science degree from the College of Business with an emphasis in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior. Janet has worked in a variety of industries, finance, health care, hospitality, education and most recently wireless. In these organizations she has held positons such as Director of Information Systems and Telecommunications, College Instructor, Director of Quality Improvement and Employee Education, Director of Human Resources and most recently, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Associate Relations. Janet served on the Board of the YWCA, Diaper Love and currently Horse Haven. She holds a tender spot in my heart for the “underdog”, thus my interest in the wellness of the elderly, babies, animals, as well as an advocate for women’s rights in the workplace.
Janet A. Jungclaus, US Cellular
Director HR Strategic Partnerships and Associate RelationsAgent/National Retail Channels/EPM/HR