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My Economy

Making a video game about your life

by Sean McHenry Mar 7, 2019
Catt Small's newest game puts the player in very familiar shoes — her own.
For Catt Small, creator of the game "Sweetheart," game development is about "trying to understand ways to communicate what it means to be a person to other people." 
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How "Murphy Brown" paved the way for women in television

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 26, 2018
Writer Joy Press explains how the show changed TV history at a time when "there were very limited ways to be a woman on television."
"Murphy Brown" creator Diane English, center, with actors Grant Shaud and Candice Bergen, attend a 25th anniversary event for the show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City in 2013.
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What does the gender wage gap sound like?

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Feb 16, 2018
In the U.S., on average, women earn 80 cents for every dollar men make, according to the Department of Labor.

There's a gender wage gap. Let's talk about it.

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Feb 12, 2018
We want to hear from you.
An employee for Google works at the internet company's office space inside Chelsea Market in New York City. 
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Women are falling behind men when trying to get that first promotion, new study finds

by David Brancaccio Sep 27, 2016
Women face more pushback than men during workplace negotiations, the study says.
Women of color account for three percent of employees at the senior executive level, the study found.
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Single women’s homes are worth less than men’s

by Lewis Wallace May 26, 2016
What’s more is it’s a gap that widens over time.
There's a disparity between the values of single men's and single women's homes, according to a new analysis from the firm RealtyTrac.
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