Double-digit unemployment. Increased hours of child care. Lost hours and benefits. In three months, women lost a decade’s worth of economic advancement. How long will it take to catch back up?…
By Chabeli Carrazana, The 19th
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, Lawrence M. Kahn
What are the major challenges facing working women today, and how do these challenges differ for women in low-wage professions? What policy changes are necessary in order to ensure equal rights for workers across all job categories? We will address…
By Nora Daly
Women feel the psychological impact of commuting four times as strongly as men. The effect can limit their job prospects, research finds.
By Meghan Walsh, OZY
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