Today’s Solutions: May 30, 2024

The summer of triumph for wome

The summer of triumph for women's sports: a new era unfolds

This past summer, women's sports flourished, reaching goals that were formerly thought to be unattainable. Women's sports have entered a new age, leaving a huge impact on the world of athletics, from gender pay equality to record-breaking viewership. The rise of women's football The phenomenal Read More...

Megan Rapinoe of USA celebrates after scoring during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France group F match between USA and Thailand at Stade Auguste Delaune

US soccer and national teams reach agreement to close gender pay gap

In a historic win for women’s rights, US Soccer and both the women’s and men’s national teams have proclaimed a collective bargaining agreement to close the gender pay gap and ensure that each player, regardless of gender, will be paid equally. This collective bargaining agreement is the Read More...

Melinda Gates: Gender equality

Melinda Gates: Gender equality is within our reach

In a recent story for the Harvard Business Review, philanthropist Melinda Gates makes it clear that while great progress has been made in terms of gender equality, men still hold the upper hand across nearly every aspect of American life, from having higher wages to having a greater say in Read More...

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Women are scoring important economic wins to close the gender-pay gap in America

In a capitalist society that values money above anything else, where the money goes defines who is in charge and who calls the shots. That’s only a part of the reason why it’s beyond time that the vast gender-pay gap in America comes to a close. Bob Hennelly, a writer for Salon, senses that Read More...

Pittsburgh shop aims to raise

Pittsburgh shop aims to raise public awareness about the gender pay gap

Women with full-time jobs in America make 77% of men’s salaries on average, according to the White House’s most recent data. In Pennsylvania, the average is 76 cents to each dollar. Hence the decision by designer Elana Schenkler to open a shop in Pittsburgh dubbed 76<100, which gives women a Read More...