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career break

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcareer breakcaˈreer ˌbreak noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 JOB/WORKa short period of time when you do not work in your usual job or profession, for example because you want to look after your children
Examples from the Corpus
career breakI took up a position in a university library after a career break.It has been written to meet the needs of those returning to work after a career break.It is vital that the education system should attract back women who have taken a career break to raise a family.His next big career break came about almost by accident.
From Longman Business Dictionarycareer breakcaˈreer break a period of time when you do not work in your usual job or profession, for example because you want to take care of your childrenwomen taking a career break to bring up a family break
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