- Author:Margaret Dodge Holden,Gerri M. Bloomberg
- Publisher:Williamson Pub; First Edition edition (May 1, 1999)
- Pages:264 pages
- Subcategory:Job Hunting & Careers
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The Working Woman’s Handbook can help you create it. It’s the ultimate guide to job satisfaction. This book is full of great advice from female movers and shakers in creative fields. The advice ranges from self care tips to time management to dealing with sexism in the workplace. I immediately connected with the author as she had also moved to LA to get into the music business. I recently moved here and as well as beginning my career in the music industry, I am eager to create my own business in music.
General Note: "With issues & insights into the workplace" Cover. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-259). Personal Name: Holden, Margaret Dodge, 1938
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The workplace still isn’t equal. The workplace still isn’t equal. Learn to dodge the landmines, fight bias and not burn out in the process. Continue reading the main story.
the vertical distance between dots, the larger the change in wages; the greater the horizontal distance, the larger the change in total number of jobs.
Follow the dots in the chart below to see how shifts in employment have coincided with changes in average hourly pay from one month to the next. The greater the vertical distance between dots, the larger the change in wages; the greater the horizontal distance, the larger the change in total number of jobs. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Women are less likely to be hired into manager-level jobs, and they are far less likely to be promoted into them-for . Many factors contribute to a lack of gender diversity in the workplace. This year, our report took a closer look at some of them.
Women are less likely to be hired into manager-level jobs, and they are far less likely to be promoted into them-for every 100 men promoted to manager, 79 women are (Exhibit 2). Largely because of these gender gaps, men end up holding 62 percent of manager positions, while women hold only 38 percent.
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War II women were actively recruited into jobs that. A second factor pulling women into the labor mar-. Key issues and challenges. supported the war effort, with the result that their labor. force participation rates jumped to 36% in 1945. Some of the key issues and challenges facing women in. the workplace include the gender wage gap, discrimina-. tion, the glass ceiling, and sexual harassment. The Gender Wage Gap Despite women’s increased edu