Here’s a number – 2,000. That’s how many donors we need this fall to stay on track. Can we count on you?
The World Economic Forum says in some countries, women's status is declining, and global gender parity is 131 years away.
The state is awarding $25 million in grants to get more women into construction apprenticeships that can lead to high-paying jobs.
Millions of women left the workforce early in the pandemic. The strong job market and flexible working conditions have brought many back.
Women's labor force participation is approaching pre-pandemic levels, but childcare is still limiting some women's return to paid work.
A new study finds that more women in the workforce — and fewer roadblocks to their success — could grow the global economy significantly by boosting productivity.
Girl Security is working to change perceptions of the field and encouraging women to bring their valuable experiences to the space.
The availability of affordable child care is limiting mothers' options for returning to full-time work after the pandemic.
“In almost every single state, the first person to be vaccinated was a woman of color,” says the 19th’s economy reporter Chabeli Carrazana.
The expected decision means more people will be forced to continue unplanned pregnancies, which can make it harder to find or keep a job.
It could affect women's wallets and their participation in the labor market.