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Peterson Foundation Mar 29
Automation threatens to increase economic inequality and poses particular challenges for older Black women, according to a new paper from 's .
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What are the 25 lowest paying jobs in the US? Women usually hold them
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Key factors that increase risk of and for marginalized communities working on farms: ‣ isolated context ‣ lack legal immigration status ‣ working in male-dominated industry
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Policies for Action 23h
. of will join us to discuss how can help Americans shoulder the dual burden of work + . Tune in on May 31 at 3pm ET: cc
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Mary Babic 21h
The more the job is considered "women's work," THE LESS IT PAYS. Laundry and dry-cleaning workers are the lowest paid workers in the US, w median wage of $432 per week, or $22,464 per year. Also: child care, food prep... More good work from
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ElyseShaw 20h
Check out the ways that farm and food facility workers can combat at work. I offer insights based on my research via
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Aspen Ascend May 20
Replying to @IWPResearch
With 22% of the undergraduate student population comprised of 🎓, policymakers and institutions must explore the unique needs of this population and address challenges that may prevent parents from attaining their degree.
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AU Economics May 21
According to 22% of U.S. undergraduate students are parents, but only 8% of single mothers will obtain a degree within 6 years. This insightful story discusses things institutions are doing to support these parents.
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IWPR May 20
Two in five Black women in college are raising a child.
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PBS NewsHour May 19
Only 8 percent of single moms in college will get associate's or bachelor's degrees within 6 years, while half of women without children finish their programs in the same time frame. But a California college may have found a solution. reports.
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IWPR May 20
A new generation of black female economists revives a Philly lawyer’s legacy with the Sadie Collective
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IWPR May 20
The nation’s first majority-female legislature is currently meeting in Nevada.
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AU PGAE May 16
We're honored to have delivery the keynote address at for the seminar on Women's Economic Empowerment!
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IWPR May 13
Teen starts club to encourage male peers to join the conversation about ‘rape culture’
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IWPR May 13
Artificial intelligence is reshaping our economy, making it more important than ever to empower the most vulnerable workers -
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IWPR May 10
Single mothers with college degrees are much less likely to live in poverty.
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IWPR May 10
Single mothers with college degrees are much less likely to live in poverty.
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IWPR May 10
Most student parents are mothers and more than two in five student mothers are single.
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IWPR May 10
. talks with about : "These are the people we need to be investing in. They're facing the odds trying to work as hard as they can to provide for their families."
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IWPR May 10
She, The People: Meet Rhiana Gunn-Wright, An Architect Behind The Green New Deal
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