Time doesn’t discriminate. The CEO of a Fortune 500 company with an overloaded schedule and a college graduate procrastinating about starting a business each get 168 hours per week to spend as they see
20 years ago, you probably would've laughed if someone said your life would one day be irrevocably changed by a company called Google. What's a google? But, as you know, Google's become the largest entity
The market intelligence firm IDC estimates that the worldwide mobile worker population will increase from just over 1 billion in 2010 to more than 1.3 billion by 2015. But even as study after study confirms
“Raising awareness” is fine, but if you want to be a part of bringing about real change, there’s a lot of work to be done. There is no shortage of advice for women who want a more level playing field work:
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The percentage of U.S. women working ticked up only one percentage point since 1990. We now rank 17th on the list of 22 OECD countries. Once upon a time, American women led the world when it came to working.