As pandemic aid ends, these women feel left behind at a crucial time: ‘The recovery hasn’t happened’

Last week’s jobs report stoked new concerns that the delta variant has thrown a wrench in the American economy

Military spouses’ unspoken oath to America? Giving up careers that require them to stay put.

Many women encounter red tape when it comes to obtaining professional licenses in multiple states

You left your toxic workplace. Why does it feel so hard to move on?

Toxic workplaces are common — and can have profound effects on workers long after they leave

Home health aides already felt overlooked and underpaid. Then they lost out on $400 billion in funding.

Biden’s original infrastructure proposal would’ve provided home-based workers with better training and pay

Forced to play in ‘panties,’ the Norwegian beach handball team decided they’d had enough

For violating the rules, the team was fined 1,500 euros, or about $1,770

Track star Allyson Felix is giving fellow Olympians $10,000 for child care. It’s a ‘huge sigh of relief,’ they say.

The fund will be available to applicants who are eligible to compete for a U.S. national team

Nikole Hannah-Jones’s tenure dispute is over. Black women professors say it’s not yet time to move on.

They were empowered by her decision to take the Howard post after the UNC controversy, but say inequities remain

Your work life won’t get better until you start considering these questions, these authors say

Anne Helen Petersen and Amelia Horgan argue that millennial women workers need to think collectively

Go back to the office? These women would rather quit.

‘I knew years ago that remote work isn’t for everyone,’ one woman said, ‘but it is for me.’

As restrictions ease, the respect restaurant workers got is ‘out the window,’ they say. It’s driving some to quit.

Restaurant workers have been leaving their industry — which is predominantly staffed by women — in droves