In 2016 women who worked year-round and full-time earned, on average, around 81 cents for every dollar earned by men. Though still substantial, the difference in women’s average earnings relative to men’s has narrowed considerably since the 1970s.
By Francine D. Blau and Lawrence M. Kahn
After her daughter was bullied, one mom decided to start a camp dedicated to welcoming gender nonconforming kids.
By KQED Future of You
A faulty corporate culture can encourage short-term advantage at the cost of looming catastrophes, stifle innovation, foster distrust or fuel excessive risk-taking.
By Bert Spector
The problem is these health care jobs are associated with women’s work and with women’s pay.
By Kristen Doerer
By Dayana Morales Gomez
When the MTV Movie and Television Awards airs May 7, acting categories will be non-gendered.
By Heidi Hartmann
With the budget proposal shaping up from the new administration, all of us who depend on data to understand the world we live in must be fiercely vigilant about the implications for data availability and data integrity.
Virginia’s General Assembly unanimously passed legislation Wednesday to crack down on female genital mutilation, criminalizing the procedure with up to a year of prison. The bill now awaits Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s signature.
By Teresa Wiltz, Stateline
Male state workers earn more than their female counterparts in many states, including California, Idaho, Maryland and Texas.
By Sallie Krawcheck
Workers have families, too. If they need to go part time, their commitment to the company shouldn't be questioned, Sallie Krawcheck writes.
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