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11 reasons why we still need 
to talk about this in 2014
1. Because major companies think it’s 
better to pay thousands of dollars 
for their female employees to freeze 
their egg...
2. Because 4.8% is an 
“historic high” for 
female CEOs of 
Fortune 500 companies. 
That’s just 24 women. 
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3. Because Hillary Clinton’s 
pantsuits get as much 
attention as her policies 
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4. Because in countries like 
Japan, 70% of women drop 
out of the labor force after 
having their first child. 
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5. Because “you’re even pretty 
when you're fat” was actually 
said to a female U.S. Senator 
by a male U.S. Senator. 
FRE...
6. Because speaking out 
against sexism in video 
game culture earns you 
death threats. 
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7. Because Mary Barra, 
CEO of GM, is asked if she 
can handle being both a 
mother and CEO. 
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8. Because working fathers and 
mothers can’t yet rely on work 
environments or flexible hours 
that support young familie...
9. Because women who 
want to start a family are 
still seen as less committed 
to their careers. 
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10. Because women make up 
less than 25% of the science, 
technology, engineering, and 
mathematics (STEM) workforce. 
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11. Because gender 
discrimination is still a 
regular concern for women 
across all industries. 
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Women at Work: 11 Reasons Why We Still Need to Talk About This in 2014 - #NotEqualYet

  1. 11 reasons why we still need to talk about this in 2014
  2. 1. Because major companies think it’s better to pay thousands of dollars for their female employees to freeze their eggs than provide better policies for working mothers. FREE WEBINAR:
  3. 2. Because 4.8% is an “historic high” for female CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. That’s just 24 women. FREE WEBINAR:
  4. 3. Because Hillary Clinton’s pantsuits get as much attention as her policies FREE WEBINAR:
  5. 4. Because in countries like Japan, 70% of women drop out of the labor force after having their first child. FREE WEBINAR:
  6. 5. Because “you’re even pretty when you're fat” was actually said to a female U.S. Senator by a male U.S. Senator. FREE WEBINAR:
  7. 6. Because speaking out against sexism in video game culture earns you death threats. FREE WEBINAR:
  8. 7. Because Mary Barra, CEO of GM, is asked if she can handle being both a mother and CEO. FREE WEBINAR:
  9. 8. Because working fathers and mothers can’t yet rely on work environments or flexible hours that support young families. FREE WEBINAR:
  10. 9. Because women who want to start a family are still seen as less committed to their careers. FREE WEBINAR:
  11. 10. Because women make up less than 25% of the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) workforce. FREE WEBINAR:
  12. 11. Because gender discrimination is still a regular concern for women across all industries. FREE WEBINAR:
  13. REGISTER NOW

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