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The female problem: how male bias in medical trials ruined women’s health

The Guardian From the earliest days of medicine, women have been considered inferior versions of men. In On the Generation of Animals, the Greek philosopher Aristotle characterised a female as a mutilated male, and this belief has persisted in western medical culture. “For much of documented history, women have been excluded from medical and science …

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Dell says by 2030, it wants half its workforce to be women

Statesman Round Rock-based technology giant Dell Technologies is promising bigger steps toward inclusion and a smaller environmental footprint in the next 10 years. The company said Tuesday it plans to have women account for half of its global workforce by 2030. Additionally, the company said its goal is to have black employees, as well as …

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Women still sacrifice personal happiness for professional brilliance

Quartz When Priya* was head of her division at a global investment bank in London back in 2017, she was only too happy to attend meetings of the business’s women’s leadership network. The 10 female executives seated around the table during those fortnightly lunchtime gatherings ranged in age from late 30s to early 50s and …

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Applications to business schools are down—but women are making modest gains

CNBC Workers with MBA degrees earn some of the highest wages in the country. PayScale estimates that MBA holders earn roughly $87,000 per year on average, and The Financial Times estimates that the average salary for a recent business-school graduate is roughly $150,000. Both of these estimations are significantly higher what Americans make on average, which is closer to …

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One of the youngest women ever elected to New York State government still feels uncomfortable getting ‘special treatment’ for being a senator. The 28-year-old says double standards for women have everything to do with it

Business Insider As the youngest-ever woman elected to New York government, Julia Salazar sometimes struggles with “feeling” like a leader.When her peers skip security lines at speaking events by simply telling guards, “I’m the Senator,” Salazar hesitates. After handing event workers her ID, she’s often met with surprised remarks.  Read More>>> 

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