When “Do It Yourself” Sends the Wrong Message

Inspirational messages that encourage women to negotiate their way around discriminatory employment practices can lead to unfair attributions of blame, new research shows.

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For decades, as women have filled the workforce and entered careers once closed to them, a stubborn statistic has persisted: They earn significantly less than men. In 2017, the average woman took home only about 82 cents for every dollar earned by a man, according to the Pew Research Center. Women are also much less likely

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