Women in the Workplace

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Wisdom//

10 Parenting Rules Mila Kunis Follows

by Jessica Sayers
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Personal Style as Your Super-Suit

by Allison Hamilton-Rohe
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What’s In A Title? How Your Identity At Work Now Can Shape Your Future

by Christina Halkias
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Wisdom//

Economic Policy Ignores Women, and it Goes Back to Basic Theories Developed by Men

by Annie Fadely
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The Most Common Communication Mistakes Women Make

by Hira Ali
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I Didn’t Make My First Million Until 50, and Let Me Tell You Something: It’s Better When You Wait

by Laura Belgray
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This Calendar Shows the Visceral Way the Gender Pay Gap Affects All Races

by Andy Kiersz, Skye Gould
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Women Worried About Money Are More Likely Than Men to Put Off Buying a Home and Quitting a Job, and it Highlights the Effects of the Gender Pay Gap

by Hillary Hoffower
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Nearly a Quarter of Women Out-Earn Their Partner, but They Still Face Many of the Same Workplace Hurdles as Their Mothers

by Liz Knueven
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Work-Life Integration//

Goldman Sachs Just Raised the Bar for Parental Leave in America

by Margarita Bertsos
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3 Simple Tips From the CEO of a Multi-Million Fashion Retailer

by Tori Gerbig
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Embrace the Zigzag: Valerie Jarrett on Taking Career Detours

by Emily Moore

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