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Millennials are more accepting of working mothers but hold more traditional views of gender roles in marriage than GenXers

Attitudes Toward Women’s Work and Family Roles in the United States, 1976–2013 From Psychology of Women Quarterly  This research finds that US adults and adolescents are now significantly more accepting of mothers who work fulltime, but a growing minority from … Continue reading

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Qualified women earn less

Why do highly qualified women (still) earn less? Gender differences in long-term predictors of career success From Psychology of Women Quarterly Although women’s participation in higher education and in the labor market has increased markedly in the industrialized countries, there … Continue reading

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