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8 Reasons We Need More Women in Technology

Kimberly Bryant was introduced to computer programming as a college freshman. In those days, Apple Macintosh was a newbie and FORTRAN and Pascal were the popular languages. 796 more words

Business Women

Invisible women

Men consistently perceive more gender parity in workplaces than their female colleagues do. In a recent Ghostbusters piece, the Daily Dot examined some facts: 183 more words

Gender Gap

Decent Work/Life Balance Found in Ortho Residencies

Doximity’s 2015-2016 Residency Navigator is designed to help medical students make informed choices about residency programs by analyzing more than 94,000 ratings and hand-written reviews from Doximity members who are currently in or recently graduated from US residency programs. 106 more words


The US is approaching gender equality—on social media

American women still face an uphill battle in the workplace, but there’s one setting in which they have had the upper hand: social media.

But now, men… 164 more words

A Brief Interlude on Life: The Return of College

Hey everyone.

It’s been a little while since I’ve done a proper blog post, so I just thought I’d write up something random, because I honestly do not have the time or brain-power at the moment for anything more in-depth. 918 more words

Gender Gap - Over time, women’s aspiration levels drop more than 60% while men’s stay the same

For the past five years, Bain & Company has studied how and why women’s career paths differ from men’s.

We surveyed more than 1,000 men and women in the US at all career levels, asking specifically about their interest in pursuing a top management position (board, CEO level, and one or two levels below CEO) in a large company. 154 more words

A Closer Look

This is how much sexism costs economies around the world

When women suffer from sexism, so too does the entire economy. That’s the crux of a new paper by economists (pdf) David Cuberes (Clark University) and Marc Teignier (Universitat de Barcelona), which quantifies the economic loss caused by the limited involvement of women in professional fields, especially among entrepreneurs and CEOs. 395 more words