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America's First Female Recession

Women’s entry to the workforce between the 1930s and 1950s introduced a new conception of family life: married-couple families with two working parents, rather than a sole (male) breadwinner. In
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Apply Early and Often

A Hewlett Packard internal report has shown that men will apply to a position with just 60% of the requirements and qualifications, while women typically wait until they meet 100%.
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