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  • Big law firms have been an 'old boys club' forever, and new data shows they haven't budged in over a decade

    18 October 2018

    Made in NYC Stock quotes by finanzen.net Big law firms have been an 'old boys club' forever, and new data shows they haven't budged in over a decade 4m fizkes/Shutterstock The number of female partners at law firms has barely budged in the last 12 years, according to a new study. Less than a quarter of all equity partners in law firms are women. While the number of female law school students is rising, it's still difficult for women to climb the career ladder at big, prestigious law firms.

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  • Only 3 physics Nobels in 117 yrs: What still holds women back in science?

    15 October 2018

    2018 Nobel Prize honours for 3 chemists who harnessed 'power of evolution' One of the 2018 Nobel Prizes in physics went to Donna Strickland, a major accomplishment for any scientist. Yet much of the news coverage has focused on the fact that she’s only the third female physicist to receive the award, after Marie Curie in 1903 and Maria Goeppert-Mayer 60 years later.

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  • Women’s economic progress is happening but real equality at least a decade way

    4 October 2018

    Financy co-founder and editor Bianca Hartge-Hazelman shares the latest results from the Financy Women’s Index, measuring economic progress for women.

    The latest Financy Women’s Index gives me hope that women are making gains on economic progress, but the sad fact is that I still may never see economic equality in my working career.

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    Read the full article at Women's agenda
  • Men slack off when bonuses are replaced with salaries - but women work hard either way

    4 October 2018

    Men slack off when bonuses are replaced with salaries - but women work hard either way Save Save To men used to receiving bonuses, getting a salary instead can be demotivating. Women work hard either way. Credit: PA/Bank of England Gender Pay Gap M ale workers put in less effort at work when bonuses are cut and replaced with fixed pay, but women work just as hard either way.

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    Read the full article at The Telegraph
  • These 5 signs show that you’re a high performer at work

    27 September 2018

    It’s time to advocate for that promotion.

    When you’ve had the same title for what feels like years and it doesn’t look like you’re getting a new one anytime soon, it’s easy to feel stuck in a rut. You might start to worry that your skills are stagnating and you’re going to fall behind.

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    Read the full article at Fast Company
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