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.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]