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How the BBC Women Are Working Toward Equal Pay

On the last day of January, 2018, Carrie Gracie appeared before a parliamentary committee that, prompted by her resignation letter, had called a hearing to examine the issue of pay at the BBC. The company had released the results of an “equal pay audit,” which found that, for on-air talent, …

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The Working Women of GLOW

There’s a distinctly meta aspect to GLOW’s second season, which is essentially a television show finding its footing about a television show finding its footing, while its stars adjust to the strangeness of their (relative) newfound fame. But at its core, the series is still very much a workplace dramedy, …

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How working parents can create better work-life balance

Metro ServiceFinding a healthy balance between work and life at home may require a concerted effort on the part of working parents. ■ Metro Service Many working parents struggle to maintain a healthy balance between their responsibilities at work and their obligations to their families. An inability to maintain that …

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48 Music Biz Jobs of Tomorrow — And How to Get Them

The CD-peddling, gatekeeper-guarded record industry is dead. But the meme-crafting, data-mining, spon-con-placing, royalty-chasing, wearable-designing, Chipotle-playlist-making industry is thriving, and to get a piece of the action, you’ll need a very particular set of skills — and some clue where to start. That’s what you’ll find below: dozens of dream jobs in five categories, with …

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When ‘Love What You Do’ Pushes Women to Quit

The stories of two friends prompted us to dig into this topic. (Throughout the book we do not use our classmates’ names or other identifying details, out of concern for the protection of their privacy.) Growing up in the Midwest, one friend had watched her mother struggle to support herself …

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US says still working to reunite 2053 children with families

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. government said it still had 2,053 children in its custody who were separated from their parents under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, and set out its most detailed plans yet on how it would reunite families. A woman holds a child‘s hand as …

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