Given the fact that there are a large number of people who are out there
looking for a job, landing a job you love - or any job for that matter - can really be a great challenge. Perfecting your networking skills can be your key to increasing your chances of getting hired for a position.
While the Equal Pay Act has now been in existence for over 50 years,
women continue to receive lower pay rates as compared to men who are
holding the same positions. Thankfully, however, there are still several
jobs that pay women well. What are the best paying jobs for women for 2013? Here are a few of them.
The child of a single mother. A young girl growing up in the segregated South. A hostess at a restaurant. All were pivotal starting points for a few of the most powerful women in metro Atlanta. What inspired them? Here, they reveal the keys to their success below.
American universities graduate more women than men, and women comprise
just under half the U.S. workforce. Yet women remain largely missing
from the top echelons of corporate America. Fewer than 25 of Fortune 500
corporations are headed by women. The Atlanta
Journal-Constitution brought together a group of high-ranking women to discuss the issue. Here,
they talk about barriers in the workplace.