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25 of the best career tips from female celebrities

Success is such an intangible concept, that it feels as though we might never know if we’re truly bossing it. 

And, as women, we’ve got a lot to contend with. From bouts of imposter syndrome to the stubborn gender pay gap, it can sometimes feel as though success is but a distant dream. 

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But that’s where we’re wrong. Even some of the most successful women in history had to fight through adversity to make it to the top – but they did make it. So, without further ado, we’ve collated some of the best gems of A-lister career advice, to get you through each working day. 

Peruse the gallery below for pearls of wisdom to take with you into the boardroom...

Images: Rex Features


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Study concludes women are “better suited” to leadership than men

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Female astronaut continues breaking all the records in space

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Lego builder: it's a real job and you can apply for it


Sex toy reviewer is a job and it pays £28,000 (with unlimited holiday)

Get paid to do something you really love: you

by Kayleigh Dray
16 Aug 2017

Why the quietest colleague in the office may have the last laugh

How to deal with feeling drowned out

by Amy Swales
14 Aug 2017

These are the 5 worst questions you can ask in a job interview

Don’t blow it.

by Moya Crockett
14 Aug 2017

Why using smiley faces in work emails could damage your reputation

Think a ':)' makes you seem friendlier? You’re wrong.

by Moya Crockett
14 Aug 2017

These are the 20 best companies for work-life balance in the UK

Feeling burnt out? Consider sending your CV here

by Moya Crockett
10 Aug 2017

Why this Google employee was fired for his report on women in tech

James Damore’s controversial memo has reignited the debate about diversity in tech

by Moya Crockett
08 Aug 2017

How to successfully launch a business in your spare time

By four women who made it work

by Sarah Biddlecombe
04 Aug 2017

Why you really need to start taking lunch breaks at work

A culture of presenteeism means we're glued to our desks and rarely go outside

by Anna Brech
27 Jul 2017

The one thing you should never include on your LinkedIn profile

Employers are less likely to hire someone who does this...

by Megan Murray
27 Jul 2017

How to spot if your boss has psychopathic tendencies

“The most obvious, immediate behaviour is that they lie”

by Anna Brech
27 Jul 2017