More than half of October’s job gains went to women

After months of slow job growth, the economy came roaring back to life in October, adding 531,000 jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. October was a promising month for women re-entering the workforce, too, as nearly 57% of the new positions created went...

Women Driving Art Education Committee

Recently, the Women Driving Arts Education Committee hosted a highly successful event for students of the Young Women’s College Preparatory Academy to further promote the committee’s goals of bringing the arts and education about the arts to underserved girls. The...

Asia’s Power Business Women 2021

It’s been nearly two years since Covid-19 erupted and the world’s business leaders had to come to grips with the new reality. Some have struggled to keep their companies afloat, but others, like the 20 business leaders on the 2021 Asia’s Power Businesswomen list, have...

Boston elects Wu, first woman and Asian American as mayor

BOSTON (AP) — Boston voters, marking a key milestone in the city’s long political history, for the first time elected a woman and an Asian American as mayor on Tuesday, tapping City Councilor Michelle Wu to serve in the city’s top political office. Read Full Article...

The World’s Top Female-Friendly Companies

The Covid-19 pandemic has taken an especially heavy toll on women around the world. By January 2021, nearly 3 million women had dropped out of the workforce in the U.S. alone. Worldwide, women lost more than 64 million jobs and at least $800 billion in earnings last...