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Mobilizing people and organizations to expand educational and employment opportunities for America’s working women.
On average, it takes working women until April to catch up to men's earnings from last year. But it can take even longer. Learn more about the wage gap »
For many women in school, financial aid is what makes the difference. But funding for programs like MAP and Pell grants is constantly under threat.
Women Employed will celebrate 45 years of speaking up, speaking out, and making change for working women at our signature event on May 31!
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Women Employed celebrates 45 years of speaking up, speaking out, and making change.
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