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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. We're fighting to change that. Join us »
Debt, a lack of supports, balancing school with work and family—all of these can stand in the way.
We're hosting a panel discussion on February 11th about the challenges that all working women face.
RT @schemaly: Finally, using these words: Laws written by men to protect women deserve scrutiny, Supreme Court told: https://t.co/lhEwhR3qGI
3 hours ago
RT @veronicaeye: What will it take for Chicago women to achieve true work/life/family balance? @WomenEmployed wants to find out: https://t.co/ZgSQaIPkDE
5 hours ago
RT @sarah_labadie: Thanks, @SenatorDurbin and staff for today's meeting about #pell, #highered, and #wkdev. Great to have a champ from IL in the Senate!
21 hours ago
RT @sarah_labadie: Met with my US Congressman @RepMikeQuigley's to #investinskills and #highered. See you around the neighborhood!
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