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As this new mom noticed, parents often rely on self-deprecating humor to make light of their struggles. But have we as a culture gone too far?
This Irish-born expat navigated a cross-country move and immersed herself in a whole new culture—but looking back, that wasn’t the hard part of the journey.
When you’re balancing a child and a career, your own passions and pursuits often get thrown out the window. But that might be more dangerous than you realize.
Many 20-something women today don’t know where to look for inspiration: The Marissa Mayers of the world feel akin to the 1%, but opting out of a high-powered career to have balance doesn’t feel right, either. But there are more options—we just need to talk about them.
From where we sit, it may look like Sheryl Sandberg’s call for women to “lean in” comes from a cushy chaise lounge. But this female executive suspects that, most days, her seat of power feels anything but.
The Bearded Men of the Obama Tech Team have become famous in the tech world. And while the media tells a great story, it’s not accurate—because there are plenty of women on the team. Our tech columnist sat down with a few OFA staffers to learn more.
Thanks to our uber-connectedness, work is no longer confined to 40 (or even 60) hours a week. But should it be? This professional investigates the cost of our ever-lengthening work week, and contemplates a return to some past corporate traditions.
To demonstrate what it’s like to be judged for your looks before the quality of your work, journalist Leigh Alexander created “Objectify a Male Tech Writer Day.” But she also called it off. Here’s why—and why we need to keep talking about it anyway.