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NYT She-cession

May 9, 2020 by Alisha Haridasani Gupta

Why Some Women Call This Recession a ‘Shecession’

A majority of the jobs lost in April were held by women, a sharp reversal of gains in the labor market.

The Lily Op-Ed

May 9, 2020 by C. Nicole Mason

The system was never designed for working moms

We understand the system is broken and that it’s not our fault. It was never made for us. It was made for working men.

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Not Just A ‘Mancession’

“And it might be worse than imagined, it’s important to keep in mind, because the study reflects only women with household income of $50,000 or more; nearly 60% were employed, and three-quarters of them had [...]

November 10, 2010|

New firm aims to advance women in leadership roles

“A leadership development firm launched this month will provide mentoring programs, executive coaching and management consulting to professionals across the ranks. While the services are available to both sexes, Newport Beach-based Business Women Rising was created with [...]

November 10, 2010|

Last-minute Father's Day gift idea

“Still trying to figure out what to get Dad for Father’s Day? How about a health insurance policy. A study released this week by the Center for Economic and Policy Research and the Institute for Women’s [...]

November 10, 2010|

Women, want a higher salary?

“Even though working women tend to be more educated, on average, than working men, females who work full time earn only about 77 cents for every dollar that men earn annually, according to the Institute [...]

November 10, 2010|

Pay Gap for State Jobs Is Shrinking

"The most significant disparity is in top administrative positions. Black men this year were paid nearly $3 less per hour on average than their white male colleagues, and black women averaged $1.43 per hour less [...]

November 10, 2010|

A Toolkit for Women Seeking a Raise

"Part of the pay gap can be easily explained away. Women are more likely to leave the work force to care for children, for example, so they end up with fewer years of experience. Men also [...]

November 10, 2010|
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