fbpx

Career Advice

Filters
FILTERS
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.
Career Advice

Heather Nauert on Her DC Career, the Media Landscape, and Productive Dialogue

Beverly Hallberg & Heather Nauert | She Thinks Podcast
Career Advice

#IWFReads Author Chat With Senator Marsha Blackburn

Hadley Heath Manning & Senator Marsha Blackburn | Event
Career Advice

Don’t Destroy More Opportunities For Small Businesses And Entrepreneurs

Carrie Lukas | Op-Ed
Career Advice

You’re Invited: Author Chats with Best-Selling Author Laura Vanderkam

Event
Career Advice

10 Work From Home Hacks From IWF

Kelsey Bolar | Blog
Career Advice

Kelsey Bolar

Career Advice

Carrie Lukas

Career Advice

Karin Lips

Career Advice

Hadley Heath Manning

Career Advice

Hey, Teen Vogue. On career day, no young girl should say ‘I want to be a prostitute.’

Inez Feltscher Stepman | Featured in
Career Advice

Patrice Onwuka

Career Advice

WSJ: Not Every Officer Wants to Be a General

Charlotte Hays | Blog

Sign Up For Updates

  • Become a Mobile Insider. Text WOMAN to 40442 to opt in. Sign up for recurring informational messages from IWF. Msg&data rates may apply. Terms & Privacy Policy.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.