4 Hurdles to Successful Salary Negotiation — and How to Tackle Them

  Hurdle: Determining What You’re Worth Tackle it: This may be the easiest of all because, thanks to the almighty Internet, there’s plenty of information at your fingertips. Start your […] Read more »

Article   |   Career and Workplace   |   August 06, 2019

AAUW Teams Up With New York City To Train women to “Ask for More”

The American Association of University Women has joined forces with New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) to train 10,000 New York City women with the skills to negotiate salary […] Read more »

Article   |   Economic Security   |   August 05, 2019

6 Tips for Using LinkedIn to Land a Job

Whether you’re targeting a job search in academia, a non-profit organization or a company, having a strong presence on LinkedIn can help you find that next, best opportunity. The powerful professional platform represents 30 million companies, 20 million jobs, 90,000 schools and a whopping 610 million users. Read more »

Article   |   Education & Training   |   July 08, 2019

4 Tips for Finding the Job You Want

Five accomplished AAUW Fellows and Grantees share their advice on how to get your career off to a strong start. Read more »

Article   |   Career and Workplace   |   June 05, 2019

On Equal Pay Day, New Poll Finds Majority of Americans Believe Pay Gap Is Due to Bias

Contact: Mary C. Hickey hickeym@aauw.org 202.785.7748   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  WASHINGTON — The majority of Americans — almost 60 percent — think the gender pay gap is due to biases […] Read more »

Article   |   Career and Workplace   |   March 29, 2019

3 Questions for Rachael Rollins: Boston’s First Female District Attorney

“I’m very humbled and deeply grateful to the people of Suffolk County who recognized it’s time for a change,” said Rollins, who grew up in Cambridge. That message was delivered […] Read more »

Article   |   Leadership   |   January 22, 2019
Zoe Spencer at the VCU commencement.

I Am Worth More: Zoe Spencer on Fighting Racism and Sexism in Academia

Zoe Spencer was thrilled when she began her dream career of teaching sociology. But she was alarmed to discover that less qualified male coworkers were being paid better than she was. “I must admit … I assumed I would be protected there. I was certain that I would be safe from the inequities that raged outside the walls of an HBCU. I was wrong.” Read more »

Cover of the book Old in Art School: A Memoir of Starting Over

Never Too Late: Nell Painter on Starting a New Career in Her Sixties

After retiring from Princeton University following a celebrated teaching and scholarship career in history, AAUW Coretta Scott King Fellow Nell Irvin Painter did something no one saw coming: she began a second career as an artist. Read more »

Blog   |   Career and Workplace   |   July 17, 2018
mind the gap by Rupert Ganzer, on Flickr

Frequently Asked Questions about the Gender Pay Gap

Lower pay is the reality for working women in the United States, regardless of the contributing factors. Read more »

Article   |   Career and Workplace   |   September 12, 2017
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Playbook on Best Practices for Gender Equity in Tech

Want to diversify your STEM workforce? Redirect the conversation about the status of women in technology with AAUW’s Best Practices Playbook: Gender Equity in Tech. Read more »

Research   |   Career and Workplace   |   August 23, 2017