What the Hollywood Pay Gap Means for the Rest of Us

We know that the gender pay gap is a real problem. Across industries, ages, and cities, women consistently make less money than their male co-workers. And if you thought this wouldn't apply to A-list actresses raking in the millions, you'd be wrong. While your sympathy for the rich and famous might be limited, here are just a few reasons why the Hollywood pay gap should matter to us.

Ask4More: 5 Salary Negotiation Tips for Working Women

Get your negotiation hats on, ladies, and let's narrow that gender wage gap together. Here are five tips to help you negotiate a fair and equal wage that you definitely deserve … unless, of course, you're satisfied with making roughly 20 percent less than a man for no good reason. Yeah, we didn't think so, either.

3 Lessons From Ivanka Trump’s #WomenWhoWork Campaign

Being a working woman takes on a whole new meaning in today's fast-paced, technologically advanced age. There's much more responsibility to deal with and so many more expectations to live up to when trying to juggle life and work. See how Ivanka Trump’s new #WomenWhoWork initiative aims to end the unrealistic stereotypes of working women and, instead, empower them to live authentic, successful lives.

Christina Hendricks Makes a Plea for Equal Pay With PSA

You may know Christina Hendricks best from her role as Joan Holloway in Mad Men. There, she drinks liquor for lunch, types up notes using -- what else? -- a typewriter, and keeps the younger ladies in the office in line. After all, it’s the 1960s -- what else is she to do?