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Women in the Workforce

Why women are withdrawing from the workforce by Liz Olson Related Links The Wage Gap 20 Leading Occupations of Employed Women The Best and Worst State Economies …

Wonder Women

Profiles of leading female CEOs and business executives by John Gettings, David Johnson, Borgna Brunner, and Chris Frantz Meg Whitman, CEO of eBay, speaking at the Intershop…

The Congress of Women: Women in Modern Italy

by Madame Fanny Zampini Salazar The Fate of RepublicsThe Wife of BlennerhassettWomen in Modern Italy Signora Fanny Zampini Salazar is a native of Italy, daughter of Demetro Salazar. She trav…

The History of Women's History

by Borgna Brunner Related Links The Wage GapWomen's Earnings as Percentage of Men'sMean Annual Earnings by Level of EducationWomen in the Civilian Labor Force20 Leading Occupati…

Women Nobel Prize Winners

Marie Curie was not only the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, in 1903, but she was also the only woman ever to win two Nobel Prizes. Below is a list of all women Nobel Prize winn…

Women's Rights are Human Rights

by Hillary Rodham Clinton Remarks for the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women Mrs. Mongella, distinguished delegates and guests: I would like to thank the Secretary Genera…

International Women's Day

March 8th commemorates women's rights and peace by Borgna Brunner The United Nations' theme for International Women's Day in 2017 is "Be Bold for Change." Re…

The Congress of Women: A Talk

by Miss Kate Field Woman's Sphere from a Woman's StandpointWoman, the New Factor in EconomicsA Talk Miss Kate Field is a native of the United States. She was born in St. Louis. Mo. Her paren…

The Congress of Women: Art

by Mrs. Emily Crawford Woman, the New Factor in EconomicsThe Pacific NorthwestArt Mrs. Emily Crawford was born in New London, in the County of Middlesex, England. Her parents were thoughtful…