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Calling all lady bosses! On Tuesday, September 29, you are cordially invited to join other kickass women at the WeWork in Chelsea. The event will host Priya Krishna of Lucky Peach, Meredith Finkelstein Chang of Print All Over Me, Debbie Millman of Sterling Brands, Masters in Branding at SVA, Print Magazine, and Design Matters, and our very own co-founder and creative director at BUST, Laurie Henzel (yay, Laurie!!).  The event will start at 6:30 p.m., and you do not want to miss out. Each aforementioned woman is going to drop the 411 on what it takes to go far in your career. Read More
It’s no secret that we’re not yet in a place where we have across-the-board workplace equality. It’s too a nuanced issue to solve quickly, especially without resources to heavily micromanage specific employers. One ratings site, however, is attempting to change the game, and we must say we’re pretty intrigued. InHerSight is dedicated to providing women with testimonial-based ratings of companies in terms of how well they treat women. Think Glassdoor, but entirely female-focused. The ratings are calculated on a typical 5 star system. Read More
Maggie Campbell is the head distiller at Privateer Rum in Ipswich, Massachusetts. It’s an impressive title, but one that was not easily acquired in the male-dominated spirits industry.   She admits that “female visibility in the spirits industry is very skewed,” and that drama, competition and a sometimes exclusionary energy is par for the course in a small industry such as hers. Read More
Ever dreamed of being the President, an astronaut, or the greatest stock broker Wall Street has ever seen? Did your dad also do the dishes or laundry? According to Alyssa Croft’s new study in Psychological Science, findings suggest that when domestic chores are split equally between parents, daughters typically have greater career aspirations. Croft, a Ph. Read More
  The average woman earns about 81 percent of what the average man doing the same job makes. Although we’ve made great strides in the last 25 years, the recent recession hasn’t helped decrease the pay gap. A recent study by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed that women are paid more than men in only two full-time job fields. Business Insider used the BLS’s report to determine what American jobs have the largest pay gaps.    They discovered that jobs in sales are not so hospitable to female workers; on average women in the field make only 62. Read More
Following up on job applications has to be the worst part of the job hunt. You stop in to a coffee shop to check on the application you dropped off two weeks before, only to get a ready-made answer from one of the other employees. It may sting when they tell you they’ve got your resume “on file”, but I’m sure you’ve never gotten an answer quite as honest as the one seen in this deleted scene from GIRLS. Read More