This master thesis deals with the issue of reentry of women into working life. The focus of research interest is given to the current situation on the labor market and its impact on the possible re-entry, the bureaucratic hurdles and expectations of returners, the re-appraisal by women of traditional family structures and the counseling of the returners. Expert interviews with collaborators from counseling centers should also incorporate the personal perspectives of those working professionally in this area. It turns out that the problem of reentrance of women into working life hasnt lost any of its relevance. The reverse is true. In particular,the loss of demarcations between professions as well as flexibility trends in the labor market have led to an increasing need for guidance by the returners. On the one hand, women have to adapt to changing labor market conditions flexibly, on the other hand the required infrastructural conditions, such as child care facilities, often prove too inflexible themselves, which makes that reconciling work and private life remains difficult for women.In addition, more and more women are beginning to readopt the more traditional roles that have been reserved for them in society, what appears to be a kind of renaissance of the bourgeois family model. Parallel to the increased demands of the returners, the challenges for the consultants have also grown. At the same time as a marked increase in administrative duties can be noticed, the consultants increasingly have to offer professional assistance in personal, social or psychological issues raised by their clients.