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A Gallup poll released yesterday found that Americans still prefer a male boss over a female, when taking a new job. The good news is that even more workers had no preference at all.
Generally speaking, men out-earn women in the U.S. This is only partly because women are still more likely than men to take time off from their careers to raise children.
Businessmen might not seem like the primary audience for Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, but a recent New York Times article demonstrates the positive effect the book has had on male leaders' attitudes toward women in business.
Want to keep work from eating your entire life? Keep an eye on your daily habits. Little things can add up to unhealthy patterns that make you less productive and less happy -- both at work and at home.
Only 14 percent of computer science graduates are women, but finding out how many women actually work as software engineers is a little bit trickier. Tracy Chou, an engineer at Pinterest, is trying to find out just that.
Students at the University of California at Irvine received an email earlier this week from their Career Center, offering advice on "How to Ace That Job Interview." Several were sufficiently peeved enough to forward the email to Jezebel, citing the sexism of the images within.
What's worse than getting a sexist memo from management at your corporate law firm? Getting a sexist memo ... from the Women's Committee at your corporate law firm.
Although you probably don't think about it very often, your workplace is a monument to technology and invention. Without creative thinkers to connect the dots and imagine a more comfortable, productive future, we wouldn't have chairs to sit in or lights to toil under.
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