Psychologists: Women are not to blame for the wage gap

Women should not be blamed for the gender wage gap in the United States, according to psychologists at Rice University. To eliminate the gap, organizations must provide training, support and opportunities for growth, the ...

Women earn less after they have kids, despite strong credentials

Women without kids have earned more than employed mothers for decades or longer. But differences between these two kinds of workers, in terms of the education under their belts and the job experience on their resumes, are ...

How closing the gender pay gap splits chores more evenly

Eliminating the gender gap in wages would lead to married women doing much less housework. That is one of the findings of research by Alexandros Theloudis in his working paper "Wages and Family Time Allocation."

The right women for the job

Work in America has changed dramatically in the last century from Henry Ford's moving assembly line to automation today, but arguably the largest change is women. Women's participation in the labor force has nearly doubled ...

Gender pay gap is hurting productivity

Narrowing the wage gap between men and women would not only deliver equal income, but boost Australia's long-term productivity, research shows.

Not only in Hollywood: Gender pay gap persists in the arts

Oscar-winning Actress Jennifer Lawrence made headlines last year after penning an essay about the gender wage gap in Hollywood. Actress Robin Wright, star of the hit TV show "House of Cards" recently spoke out about demanding ...

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