For every 100 men, only 72 women are promoted to manager positions.
While both men and women have essentially the same odds of automation taking their jobs, women could face a tougher transition to new jobs.
How gender identity affects the way we think about the economy.
With divided government, getting family-leave or sick-day bills out of Congress and to the president is highly unlikely before the 2020 election.
A Washington Post reporter talks about the "seemingly minor sexist moments" at the biggest gathering of economists in the U.S.
As artificial intelligence is used more and more for things like employee recruiting, a look at potential bias
Recruiting companies are removing race and gender from résumés to eliminate bias.
One growing trend in toy-buying is so-called gender-neutral playthings – toys that don’t reinforce gender stereotypes like trucks for boys or dolls for girls. But those stereotypes appear hard to shake for both toy makers and consumers. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
When Thomas Page McBee started transitioning and taking testosterone, he didn’t just notice a difference in his vocal range. He also started tracking how people responded.
Women are less likely to prefer male bosses than before.
Only 15 percent of tenured faculty in economics are women — worse than in STEM fields. Why?