Every year we see women’s enrollment inch up at business schools. The progress over 5-year intervals, in particular, demonstrates a significant shift in gender parity at top business schools. At this pace, we’re confident we’ll reach our goal of 40% women’s enrollment by 2020
Charlotte Ryan for Bloomberg
Banks say they are trying to hire and promote women, and several pointed to specific programs and goals. But upper levels of management don’t show it. None of the top 10 investment banks has a woman running global currencies trading, according to information provided by the banks.
Coryanne Hicks for U.S. News
In 2018, the median weekly earnings among female personal financial advisors was $1,207 compared to $1,647 for men, according to the CPS. That amounts to the median male advisor earning $22,880 more annually than the median female financial advisor.
Elizabeth Kiefer for Washington Post
Her self-diagnosis turned into a lightbulb realization that she quickly began sharing with patients: Women’s genetic predisposition to be knock kneed is only exacerbated by what Bergin, in her Texan twang, calls “sitting ladylike,” with knees together or legs or ankles crossed.
Anna Louie Sussman for The New York Times Opinion
Declining fertility typically accompanies the spread of economic development, and it is not necessarily a bad thing. At its best, it reflects better educational and career opportunities for women, increasing acceptance of the choice to be child-free, and rising standards of living.