Our Fixation on STEM Is Leaving a Lot of Real World Problems Unaddressed
Why is it easier to hire a programmer than a plumber? And why are techies paid so much when their kids' teachers are paid so little?
These Are the U.S. States Where the Gender Pay Gap Is Widest
In some states, the average man makes $15,000 more than the average woman.
Why Tech Needs to Stop Blaming the Pipeline for Its Lack of Diversity
One-time fixes and half-measures won't cut it. Company leaders must fully commit to continuous improvement, just as they do in other aspects of their businesses.
You Won't Believe the Pay Difference Between College Educated Men and Women
Researchers examined Census data to discover some major discrepancies.
The Mystery of What Millennials Really Want Is Solved at Last
A single conversation over a couple of beers reveals the prosaic truth: decent pay and benefits, a lot like their parents had.
Despite Bias, Women Entrepreneurs Are an Enormous Economic Force
A mountain of research shows that women frequently succeed in business despite a host of problems men generally don't have to face.
Single Ladies Are More Likely to Downplay Career Goals, Study Finds
Single female MBA candidates were more likely to report lower ambitions in front of their peers than when sharing them privately with a career counselor.
Here's How Investors Can Help Put the 'United' Back Into 'United States'
VC funding is abundant in Silicon Valley and a few tech hotspots, while throughout the nation entrepreneurial energy withers for lack of capital.
Have American Women Abandoned the Battle for Equal Pay?
There are about as many women as men in the workforce but that is one of the few ways they are equals.