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- diversity at work. // Working Mother;Dec2008/Jan2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p18
The article focuses on the efforts of Linda Bates Parker to organize professional development seminars to African-American female workers by founding Black Career Women. The organization continues to provide professional development training for African-American women on self-esteem, work-life...
- REASSESSING CAREER ADVANCEMENT OBSTACLES FOR WOMEN IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY. Crafts, Daniel D.; Thompson, Loanna M. // Consortium Journal of Hospitality & Tourism;2007, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p27
The authors conducted a study in 1997 to determine the perceptions of Missouri food service managers on career advancement obstacles for women in the food service industry. The study focused on perceptions of pay inequality, a need for female role models, accommodating family needs, and...
- 10 things women should know about their financial future. FAY, W. DAVID // Inside Tucson Business;10/14/2011, Vol. 21 Issue 20, p18
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- Networking: A New Word, A Different Game. Schmuck, Patricia A. // Educational Leadership;Feb86, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p60
Focuses on the strategy of networking adopted by women to improve their career advancement chances in male-dominated societies. Books that provide information on career advancement strategies; Dissimilarities between networks formed by men and women; Benefits of networking.
- Who cares about your career? Smith, Anna // Management;Oct95, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p65
Reports on women career development in New Zealand. Highlights of management consultant Lynn Blake-Palmer's study on career development; Attitude of women on career development; Opportunities for career development; Views of managers towards career development. INSET: What women say about...
- Jobs That Pay Women More Than Men. Cooper, Rachel // Marie Claire (US Edition);Feb2010, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p85
The article reports on the jobs which enable women to earn more than men including aerospace engineers, speech pathologist and female statisticians.
- Turning temp work into a permanent position. Begley, Laura // Glamour;Jun95, Vol. 93 Issue 6, p103
Advises American women on turning a temporary work into a permanent position. Being up-front; Familiarizing with the company's annual report and press releases; Arriving five to ten minutes early and staying a little late.
- Working Smart Straight talk. Weathers, Diane // Essence (Essence);Mar2002, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p18
Introduces a series of articles about the career development of women workers.
- Cosmo careers. Kemp, Kristen // Cosmopolitan;Dec99, Vol. 227 Issue 6, p124
Gives career advice for women. INSET: How I Deal With Grouchy People.