How #ILookLikeAnEngineer is Raising Awareness About Continued Sexism in STEM

Ms. Career Girl

A site aggregating photos using the #ILookLikeAnEngineer hashtag has already collected close to 40,000 photographs – mostly of women – highlighting pride and showing diversity in the engineering field. Do you have a story of being discriminated as a woman in STEM?

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Alleged Pay Discrimination at Google Makes Marc Benioff and Salesforce Look Amazing.

HR Capitalist

At the time, I thought the move was brilliant, as it changed the conversation about workforce diversity to one of workforce equality - an equal goal that once achieved, was bound to change the narrative related to how much slack the world was going to give Salesforce for having some work to do on the diversity front. Not only did they change the narrative related to diversity (important, but so it equality, people!),

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Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Ms. Career Girl

The law is under scrutiny for overwhelming concerns that it could allow a path to discrimination against gay people. The cities of New York, San Francisco, and Seattle have plans to stop work-related travel to Indiana.

HBO Acquires "Very Semi-Serious," the New Yorker Cartoonists Documentary

Ms. Career Girl

While it is a mandate to shape new talent in an effort to remain relevant, an agreement endorsed by editor-in-chief David Remnick, the road to diversity is still some distance away, as the staff is still mostly white and largely male.

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How Unconscious Biases Can Hurt Job Seekers Before the Interview Even Begins

Competitive Resumes

The University of California, San Francisco, Office of Diversity and Outreach defines unconscious bias as “social stereotypes about particular groups of people that individuals form outside their conscious awareness.”. Read 5 Reasons Diversity Matters to Your Career.

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How Unconscious Bias Can Hinder Job Seekers Before An Interview

Competitive Resumes

The University of California, San Francisco, Office of Diversity and Outreach defines unconscious bias as “social stereotypes about certain groups of people that individuals form outside their own conscious awareness.”.

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