Who knew? the 20-year stall in attitudes toward female managers matches the 20-year stall in progress toward women in management.
The old news is change. The new news is not change.
Women have entered formerly-male occupations and educational specialties much more than men entered women's.
Still, a big reversal among young adults on attitudes toward homemaker-breadwinner family arrangements.
The gender gap: so many ways for so many women to get paid less men.
A few things I read, almost read, or thought about reading, on vacation.
The figure from the cutting room floor.
Unsticking progress toward gender equality in the labor market – extending the legacy of the Equal Pay Act – will help move families forward toward more.
Originally posted on The Atlantic. In the Wall Street Journal last week, Josh Mitchell reported that “Women account for a third of the nation’s lawyers and doctors, a major shift from a generation ago.” The report was triggered by anew analysis of occupations from the Census Bureau, which showed women increased their share of doctor and lawyer by four percent…
When shrinking gaps grow, and other distortions.