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"At this rate, American Women Won’t See Equal Pay until 2058." Danielle Paquette. March 16, 2015. The Washington Post.
Article presents grim statistic on wage parity per state and projected pay parity.
"The Belief About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields." Lisa Wade. March 23, 2015. The Society Pages.
Article displaying data showing a clear relationship between the presence of women in a field and the assumption that success required brilliance.
"Even in Nursing, Men Make More than Women." Julie Rovner. March 25, 2015. NPR News.
Article discusses the recent data showing that men in the nursing field earn more both as outpatient and in hospital nurses even though women outnumber men by 10 to 1.
"Women still find it tough to reach the top in science." Sharon Bell. March 23, 2015. The Conversation.
Women’s roles are increasing in science, but barriers exist that can prevent them from achieving success comparable to their male colleagues. This feeds the argument that there is a gender pay gap in earnings in science, yet difficulties around receiving support and mentoring still challenge women scientists.
"For US Women Inequality Takes Many Forms." Ariel Smilowitz. May 5, 2015. Huffington Post.
Article notes newly updated trend analysis measuring an improvement in gender equity in the US, yet finds that eliminating the wage parity will not likely happen within our lifetimes. Reports include data on U.S. women's employment and earnings, poverty and opportunity, work and family, violence and safety, reproductive rights, health and wellbeing and political participation.