Articles about Gender at Work


Martha Stewart’s career success lessons become a musical

It sounds like a good thing.

Gender at Work

Accenture aims at ambitious goal for 2025: a workforce of half men, half women

About 40% of the company's employees are women. That will go up.

Identity at Work

After racial tensions, over 150 CEOs to sign groundbreaking pledge to create diverse workforces

The biggest American companies, including AT&T, American Express and Home Depot, are looking to change the experience of race and identity at work.

Gender at Work

Fewer than 10% of tech startups are owned by women, study says

But that can change.


The two words you need to get promoted

There's another kind of intelligence that gets you promoted.

Office Life

Melinda Gates’ one piece of advice for young women in computer science

Melinda Gates on learning how to be true to yourself, how to find role models and on how to bridge the gender gap at work.

Gender at Work

Study: Men see brunette women as better leaders than blondes

Blonde or brunette? A new study shows that hair color can make all the difference for how men judge female leaders at work.

Gender at Work

New study says men with daughters become richer

"Parenting daughters reduces the bias that one has towards women."

Gender at Work

Rejection letters to female engineers in 1919 show how far women have come

Females are strong as hell.

Gender at Work

Women hold the majority of student loans in America, and it’s hurting them financially

Women hold 64% of all the student debt in America, and many can't pay the bills because of it.