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Housnia Shams / ABC News Australia
"We had a partner [at the law firm] who was known to be stalking the halls in the morning and making sure that all the women solicitors were wearing high heels."
Fewer jobs, more robots and lots of women at home: 4 charts that show how Covid-19 changed America’s workforce
Annette Choi / Politico
As vaccinations become more widespread and cases drop, policy makers are debating where the job market goes from here: Where will new jobs come from? What’s the future of working from home? With automation accelerating, which jobs are most vulnerable?
Mary Louise Kelly / New Media & Society
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Next week, for the first time on a broadcast, fans of Major League Baseball can watch a game in which they might not hear a man’s voice. Five women will serve as the on-air crew for the Baltimore Orioles game against the Tampa Bay Rays from St. Petersburg.
Thuc Nhi Nguyen / The Los Angeles Times
“Gender balance in corporate America or on a board is seen as a business imperative; that’s it’s good for business,” said Nicole LaVoi, the director at Minnesota’s Tucker Center for Research on Girls & Women in Sport. “But in sports, we’re really behind the times.”