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Everyone gets rejected. Here’s what our readers learned from their toughest ones.

From college waitlists to ghosted job applications, professional rejection is a fact of life

Now is the busiest time of year for hiring. Here’s how to revamp your résumé.

We spoke to recruiters and HR execs about how women in particular can benefit from giving their résumés a makeover

In NYC, employers will soon have to list salary ranges on job postings. It’d help close the wage gap, experts say.

Pay transparency bills have recently passed throughout the country

Annual reviews can be fraught for women. Here are tips to help you prep.

Women can experience their jobs — and their evaluations — differently than their male counterparts, experts say

These female vets were ready for civilian life. It was harder than they thought.

Now, they’re involved in veterans’ organizations to help other women like them

Can four-day workweeks help women? More companies are trying it out.

For many women, flexibility could mean the difference between staying in a job or leaving it, experts say

These women left the workforce. Here’s what they want in their next jobs.

‘People want to be treated like human beings, not like cogs in the machine’

Women doctors earn $2 million less than men in their careers. They want to know: ‘Why is nothing being done?’

Women physicians said they weren’t surprised by the latest study. But many have taken matters into their own hands.

She broke her NDA with Harvey Weinstein in 2017. Here’s how she wants to change the system for others.

Zelda Perkins has continued to advocate for limiting confidentiality agreements in workplace settings

Remote work was supposed to help moms in the pandemic. Instead, it hurt them the most.

College-educated mothers with a remote work option were most likely to leave their jobs, a new study says