VITAMIN W has completed a study on the beauty sector which is presented in three parts.
Mets player Daniel Murphy isn't the only man who wanted to take time off with a new baby. Broadcaster Chris Hayes and Prince William also did. Many companies offer paternity leave, so why can't more men take it?
The United States is nearly alone in not offering paid parental leave. Two Senators have introduced a paid version of FMLA and a few states have taken matters into their own hands and are offering paid leaves to families. It might be time to move.
This fall, an estimated 12 million women will enroll in college. The number of women students surpassed men in 1980, and the gap has been widening ever since. Since 2011, more working women have held college degrees than working men. Of the 80 highest ranked schools in the country, here is a roundup of some of the best colleges for women.
By Rachel Monroe
A new infographic from Women & Tech explores government-mandated paid maternity leave policies around the globe. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Sweden comes in first place, offering 13 weeks at a fixed rate and a whopping 56 weeks at 80% pay. Waaaaay down at the bottom is the US of A, which does not require employers to prove any paid family leave. (The Family and Medical Leave Act requires only a certain amount of unpaid leave, and only for certain employers.)