Although the laws that prohibit gender discrimination in employment and education are decades old, women on colleges and university campuses often face discrimination. Knowing your rights is the first step…
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Women are more likely than men to blame bias: 65 percent of women say bias accounts for the pay gap, compared to 53 percent of men.
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Women tend to borrow more for their education — and struggle more to pay it off — in part because of the gender pay gap.
Workplace sexual harassment can take a toll on women’s physical and mental health, limit their job choices, reduce prospects for career development and even force them out of the workforce.