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We've got the latest studies, statistics, polls, and research to arm women in the workforce with the information they need to make the decisions that will allow them to achieve success and, eventually, equal pay and treatment.
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These Companies Rank Highly for Partial Pay Transparency
Although they don't disclose pay completely, employees said these companies are more open about it than others
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Self-Employed Women Face Unknown Gender Pay Gap
When you strike out on your own, you might not know men are being paid more than you. Our suggestion? Start talking
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What the Gender Pay Gap Means for Asian-American Women
Although the gender pay gap is smallest for Asian-American and Pacific Islander women, cultural factors still impact how they advance in their careers
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Understanding What the Gender Pay Gap Really Means
How the 80 cents pay discrepancy is more complicated than we thought
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The Size of the Gender Pay Gap Varies Across Industries
But a smaller gap doesn’t always mean progress
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Google, Facebook, and Adobe Have This Edge Over the Competition
They provide women with one of the most important indicators of overall job satisfaction
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Are Female Characters Flat in Classic Novels? A New Study Says Yes
A new IBM study finds gender bias in Man Booker Prize book shortlists
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Why Breadwinning Women Underreport Their Salaries
Women who make more money than their husbands tend to downplay their earnings. Coincidence? We think not!
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Everything You Need to Know about Roe, Wade, and the Case that Changed a Nation
These famous names belonged to two people who couldn’t have been more different.
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The 5 Best Pre-Interview Breakfasts, According to the InHerSight Community
When you’re about to make that first impression, breakfast really is the most important meal of the day
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31 Reasons Why Women Want to Leave Their Jobs
Thousands of women are yearning for a new career experience, and they’ve shared why that's the case
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Why Do So Many Women Want to Change Careers?
A surprising number of women yearn for a career change and have similar reasons why.
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On the Job Hunt? Look For These 3 Things in Company Reviews
Does your potential employer walk the walk or just talk the talk? InHerSight reviews uncover the reality of workplaces for women.
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The InHerSight Guide to Industry Satisfaction
Use insights from hundreds of thousands of women to find your industry “fit”
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Our Rights According to Brett Kavanaugh
What do we actually know about Kavanaugh’s judgement?
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Did You Kick Ass in School? You Might Not Want That on Your Resume
When a high GPA works against you (hint: it's when you're a woman)
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How Women Want Companies to #PressforProgress in 2018
Plus: A simple thing you can do right now to show your support for #IWD2018
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Sexual Harassment: Not Just a Silicon Valley Problem
One woman's harrowing experience with harassment at one of the largest retailers in the US.
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Ambition Gap? Think Again.
According to data recently compiled by Accenture, mothers who are still in the workforce are no less likely to demonstrate ambition than their childless peers, dispelling the myth that after childbirth women lose commitment to their jobs.
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BCG Study Reveals Ways to Drive Better Engagement Among Senior-Level Women
InHerSight data on work-life balance contributes to a larger discussion on employee engagement, highlighted in a new study from Boston Consulting Group called “The Rewards of an Engaged Female Workforce.”
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