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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
Women Employed is on the forefront of the fight to raise the minimum wage locally and nationally.
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
What's it like to be a poor &/or 1st-gen student at an elite university? Great article/segment by Michigan Radio: http://t.co/bnyLDDSzIi
1 day ago
A new #PregnancyFairness law just went into effect in IL. Read why WE's Melissa Josephs thinks it should go national: http://t.co/Z5h9OuXndS
RT @sherights: New POST: How We Treat — or Mistreat — #Pregnant Workers in the U.S. http://t.co/YXs6vgldeb (by @WomenEmployed)
Tacoma becomes the first city to heed @BarackObama's call for #PaidSickDays: http://t.co/J93Ed9sowX Kudos!
3 days ago
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