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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
Too many workers never know when or how much they're going to work—which makes it impossible to plan their lives, let alone budget. This #GivingTuesday, help us change that »
In a February 24th ballot referendum, 82% of Chicago voters said yes to paid sick days.
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
“We know that companies w more gender-balanced leadership teams...outperform companies with only men at the helm” https://t.co/LSpbk4Slxf
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RT @SusiePoppick: Check out our interactive map of unequal pay for equal work across U.S. states https://t.co/HY1pqgYgNW cc @kerenzulli
“We’re taking care of other kids all day long," but "we can’t even take care of our kids" says childcare worker paid just $8.50/hr
But with hourly wages "averaging about $10.30, many childcare workers can't afford the service they provide" @meeshellchen #FightFor15
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