Career Advice

Young women should understand how the decisions they make, such as the degrees and majors they pursue, will impact future earnings. Additionally, some research suggests that women are less likely to negotiate salary offers and ask for raises. That’s important and empowering information to have: Women can learn to ask for raises, and we can teach our daughters to be comfortable talking about money. This alone will not close the so-called wage gap, but it’s an under-appreciated aspect of workplace disparities.
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