All things not being equal
- 30 great places to work. Nance-Nash, Sheryl // Essence (Time Inc.);
Presents the results of a survey conducted by J. Howard & Associates, which identified some corporations with policies that can help African American women thrive. Comparison of company policies from workplace diversity and career development; Decline in layoffs during 2003; Remarks from...
- Journal abstracts. // Social Security Bulletin;Fall93, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p107
Cites the article `Labor Market Experiences of Low-income Black Women in Middle-Class Suburbs: Evidence from a Survey of Gautreaux Program Participants,' by Susan J. Popkin, James E. Rosenbaum and Patricia M. Meaden in `Journal of Policy Analysis and Management,' Summer 1993. Report of the...
- Black women in the U.S. labor force. // Women's International Network News;Winter93, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p73
Reports on the rise of labor force participation for black women in the United States. Statistics of percentage increase on black women labor force; Annual unemployment rate of black women.
- Are you `diverse'? Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;May97, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p6
Reports that women, African-Americans, Hispanics, and other `diverse executives' are in growing demand from Christian and Timbers study. Growth of search requests on African-Americans and others; Other findings of the firm.
- What you see is not always what you get: The importance of symbolic representations in intersectional research. Mooney, Shelagh; Ryan, Irene; Harris, Candice // New Zealand Sociology;2014, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p78
Although the hospitality industry is a major employer in New Zealand, hospitality work is frequently portrayed as temporary, physically hard, stressful and badly paid. This paper is based on a New Zealand study that explored why people remain in a hospitality career, rather than why they leave....
- Where the (international) jobs are. Britton, Akissi; Edwards, Audrey // Essence (Essence);Apr98, Vol. 28 Issue 12, p48
Suggests four professional areas for Afro-American women who consider a worldwide recognition. Job descriptions of the professions; Information on how to qualify for the profession.
- THE GIRL BEHIND THE VOICE. // Ebony;Aug1957, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p94
The article reports that many telephone companies in the U.S. hire many African-American women, and though exact figures are not known, the numbers are believed to be about 8,000.
- The other job. Edwards, Audrey // Essence (Essence);Mar1998, Vol. 28 Issue 11, p114
Features several African American women and their jobs other than their career. Background information on the jobs they hold; How they balance their jobs; Goals of each woman.
- Black female career success: the importance of a career plan. Livingston, Val // Social Science Journal;2003, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p299
A survey designed to assess the value of career planning and its impact upon Black female career mobility identified three elements of a career plan (hire status, organization type, and career enhancement strategies) as important to upward mobility. Findings suggest that the longer Black females...