The coronavirus pandemic has turned the U.S. economy and workforce upside down. Once again, gender inequality in the labor force rears its ugly head.
“Men age on TV with a sense of gravitas, and we as women have an expiration date,” Roma Torre, 61, stated after her departure as anchor on NY1.
Bianca Smith is making baseball history.
The Red Sox are hiring Smith as a minor league coach, according to the Boston Globe. Continue reading Red Sox hiring Bianca Smith as first Black female pro baseball coach
Tech companies used to be tight-lipped about the gender breakdowns of their employees. Some even argued that such information was a trade secret.
For an industry that caters almost exclusively to women, the number of female decision-makers at the C-suite level is alarming. But thanks to recent pushes for equal representation, business schools are hearing the cries and adjusting their courses accordingly.
Jones, who will take over at MSNBC on Feb. 1, is a senior vice president at NBC News and MSNBC, where she leads breaking news and major events coverage.
Given this avowed power female leaders have, it may be timely to celebrate some of the women making an impact in the nonprofit sector.
While many jobs were put on hold during the pandemic, there are a few that may not come back—ever.