Is your career on the wrong side of the tracks? The answer is a resounding ‘yes’ for most women. A disproportionate number work in ‘pink ghettos’, a McKinsey report reveals.
What’s a pink ghetto?

Companies are grooming more women for the corner office. The ranks of female chief executives remain thin, with women in the top spot at just 35 Fortune 1000 companies, but the pipeline is promising.

A new analysis by compensation research firm PayScale maps out exactly when college-educated women begin earning less than their male counterparts—and it’s right from the beginning.

Studies show women with specific career goals are happier at work, and seeing them written down can be motivating. What should be on your list?

Sara Arnell is just one woman who has felt frustrated by the demeaning obstacles women face in corporate America. Rogers’ article, “Obstacle Obliterators,” features two successful women who have overcome the daily barriers women face in the workforce

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Words of Wisdom

“Learn to be quiet enough to hear the genuine within yourself so that you can hear it in others.”
Marian Wright Edelman (2009 Conference Speaker)