From where we stand today, "None of us will see gender parity in our lifetimes, and nor likely will many of our children." That's the latest finding of the World Economic Forum's Global Gender Gap Report 2020, which projects that
Women make up nearly half of the total labor force in the United States. And yet, the tech industry is still very much a boys’ club. While the percentage of working women has gradually climbed over the past decades, it
When you add women to any equation, the equation gets better— and this year was no exception. As 2019 comes to an end, it’s time to celebrate all the ways women have used their platform to make the world a
Throughout history, women have had an indelible impact on society, culture, and industry. How do we find and capture new opportunities to get ahead? The answer is simple: By having a distinct point of view and by embracing the things
Today is Latina Equal Pay Day, the symbolic point in 2019 where the average Latina woman’s earnings finally “catch up” to what a non-Hispanic white man earned in 2018. Latinas working full-time, year-round are typically paid only 54 cents for
At the current rate of progress, the World Economic Forum projects that gender equality in the United States is still another 208 years away. The good news? We can move forward faster if we all work together as a team.
By now, it should be no secret that, for women to rise into positions of leadership, we need to close the gender gap in tech. Despite popular belief, young girls do enjoy STEM/STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) subjects.
Guest Post from the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council October is National Women’s Small Business Month, a time to celebrate the growth and accomplishments of women-owned small businesses and the vital role they play in our economy. But to us, supporting women-owned
Did you know that almost all women senior managers and executives played sports at some level? In fact, 90% of high-level women are current or former athletes, according to recent studies—and the proportion rises to 96% among women in the