Modern Rules for Women Supporting Other Women at Work More than 25% of women are considering downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely an effect of the pandemic. As a result, Women supporting other women at work is one way to protect gender equity and help women deal with growing challenges. So says […]
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Gender Parity is Almost 100 Years Away
Gender parity matters because… Believe it or not economies and the societies supporting them need gender parity as a part of their overall health. Major factors like competitiveness, future-readiness, and growth have a global impact. Therefore, businesses and economies alike see the effects, based on the development and employment of half the available talent pool […]
Recovery of Jobs Lacks Gender Equity
The economic outlook after COVID-19 is still shaky. A gender equitable jobs recovery needs some serious focus. Even though the situation continues, the economy in the United States is showing some signs of recovery. However Hispanic and black women are still left behind in the big picture, with many still unemployed after the wave of […]
Sharing a Home Office: 13 Ways To Make It Work
A Useful Guide for Sharing a Home Office with Your Partner Does your house seem smaller since the pandemic started? Many families feel more cramped with 2 adults working at home, especially if you need to share your home office workspace with your partner. This may be the first time you’ve seen their work […]
Working women have improved conditions for everyone
Women’s wages and working conditions have changed drastically since the beginning of the 20th century. The history of working women since the early 1900’s has paved the way for many new opportunities along the way. The centennial of the 19th Amendment is this year. Many in economic circles feel that women in the workforce over […]
Soft Skills- Enhancing Your Marketability
Compared to men, women often still face hurdles in finding a job for a variety of reasons. Many people see American women as feminists who have put aside traditional gender roles. Women in the US have many career opportunities, education, and other areas of life, but they are still facing problems and limitations. Women can […]
Part-time Jobs: The Best Work You Never Imagined
There are many part-time or weekend job options available for you to work on and earn some extra money. You can always get a weekend job, depending on your skills and expertise in any field. In this ever-expanding digital world, there are many digital ways and traditional jobs that you can work on weekends and […]
Freelance Jobs With A Smartphone?
All this talk about working from home and freelancers working wherever they can access the Internet. But what about using a smartphone for any of those jobs? While it’s not the first choice many would make, however it’s possible. Have a look at some examples of work you could do with nothing but a smartphone. […]
Background Checks – Help or Hassle?
We’ve all dreaded the pre-employment background check. – Are they a help or just a hassle? In order to keep a company alive and competitive in today’s world, a new flow workers must be maintained. Sure, there are a great deal of advantages keeping staff as long as possible, avoiding hiring. However, in order to […]
The Best Cities for Women to Make a Living
This year’s political arena has placed women and women’s issues at the center stage. Women’s economic opportunities especially seem to be a popular topic. No matter your political beliefs, cities across the nation have made strides to make their city appeal to working women. Here are a few factors to consider when looking for a […]
Women Continue to Accelerate in Business
Women have been growing and flexing their muscle in building the US economy, becoming entrepreneurs by the thousands. However, when it comes to raising capital, it’s a different story.
Number of Businesses Owned by Women of Color Soars
The number of businesses owned by women of color has increased rapidly since 1997 when there were just under one million. Today, that number has more than doubled to an estimated 2,934,500 accounting for one in three (32%) of women-owned firms.