A noticeable demographic change is happening to women of childbearing age. For years, fewer women were having children and those who were having children were having fewer children. All that has begun to reverse. There appears to be a demographic …
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According to Pew Research Center, women may never make up half of the U.S. workforce. In 2025, women in the workforce will likely peak at 47.1% and then begin to taper off. This is a major change in the …
Adweek has a simple and clear infographic on the complex subject of how Millennial women view work and money. Within the extensive research results, what stands out most is that they value experience over things and are stressed about their …