The loudest voices in today’s debate over surveillance come from white, wealthy men, according to a Daily Dot report. In February 2016, the organization reviewed eight months worth of high-profile exchanges about surveillance and encryption in America and found that women (and other minorities in the workplace) are barely represented, let alone heard.
What to Know About a Career in E-Commerce
As more women move into business, those with the entrepreneurial spirit are increasingly turning to the web. E-commerce continues to explode, and online sales accounted for more than a third of all retail growth in 2015. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, online industry netted a total of $341.7 billion last year ― an […]
Join the National Career Summit
The First Annual National Career Summit: Helping Americans Land a Job, Forge a Career & Get Back to Work! New York, NY – Join more than 30 job and career experts this November 4 -15 as they dole out valuable job and career advice during the first National Career Summit, a virtual online event that […]
Women & Minorities Online Career Fair
The National Labor Exchange Women & Minorities Online Career Fair You’re invited to attend our upcomingOnline Career Fair hosted by DirectEmployers Association and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) exclusively for women & minorities.
7 Advantages to Working Online
According to online sources internet spending will grow from $202 billion in 2011 to an estimated $226 billion by the end of 2012. Additional projections have internet sales rising to the over $327 billion by the end of 20161. With this type of revenue being generated and more to come, many women are turning to […]