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Articles by Deborah Hill

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Deborah Hill is a podcaster, anthropologist, science writer, communications strategist and avid world traveler. Her work often delves into the ways humans and businesses interact. She works at Duke University in food policy and freelances to indulge her creative side.

Culture & Professionalism

'I'm Still Speaking'—and 11 Other Ways to Stop Interruptions

I welcome your opinion! Eventually

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Mental Health

Use These 5 Thoughtful Tactics to Manage Team Burnout

You don’t have to fix the problem—just facilitate change

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Women to Know

'The Long Friday': The Story of an Unpaid Labor Strike

How Iceland became a world leader in gender equality

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Work-Life Balance

A Couple's How-To for Dealing with Dual Careers

How can you avoid giving up too much?

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Pregnancy

10 Weird Things That Happen When You’re Pregnant at Work

Most of them are scientific, but at least one is discrimination, which is *still* illegal

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Pregnancy

FAQ: How to Time-Manage Your Pregnancy at Work

You only have, like, 7,000 appointments now

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Unemployment

Relatable Feelings After You’ve Been Laid Off (& How to Overcome Them)

Keep your head up. You will be okay. Promise.

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Advancement

How to Grow When You Have Nowhere to Go

Contrary to popular belief, collect "experiences" isn't the go-to answer

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Career Development

How to Survive Back-to-Back Meeting Days

For when you don't remember a time before the icebreaker questions

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Management

How to Delegate Like a Boss

No, offloading is not the same thing

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Mental Health

How to Practice Self-Care in Every Decade of Your Career

Set aside time for you in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s

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Management

How to Lower Work Stress & Gain Respect at the Same Time

4 conflict management techniques that will help you stand out

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Pregnancy

For Some, Delaying Motherhood is a Savvy Career Choice

Late motherhood has a positive impact on quality of life, but the decision of when to become a mother still rests with you

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Equal Opportunities

Dear Employers: I Won’t Act Like a Man

Companies need to value and reward how women lead and contribute

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Work-Life Balance

Work Long Hours? You May Be at Greater Risk for Diabetes

Rethink that overtime to manage your risk of diabetes and other diseases

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Pregnancy

How to Tell the Boss You’re Expecting

A step-by-step guide to the big reveal

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Pregnancy

Plan Your Maternity Leave Right and Return to Work Like a Boss

How to tell your boss you're expecting, and other tips your work family will appreciate

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News

The US Ranked as One of the World’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries for Women

We’re surprised, but also not really

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Pregnancy

The Messy Reality of American Maternity Leave Policy

How America does (and, often, doesn’t) take care of its new moms

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Applying

Is That Recommendation Letter Helping Or Hurting You?

Recommendation letters written for women contain more doubt-raisers and weak language than their male counterparts, and it’s not a coincidence

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