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This edition of The Next Economy , a joint project of The Atlantic and National Journal , examines how f...
Although women constitute 44 percent of the American workforce, they still fail to get paid as much as men.
Female superiority in academe slips away in the workplace.
Marriage has become a luxury good.
To find the corner office, business-women must survive a labyrinth.
In the workplace, how women communicate still keeps them down.
Labor Secretary Hilda Solis pokes at the glass ceiling.
The economic fates of men and women are still intertwined.