Apr 2, 2021
“The biggest problem with the official surveys that we rely on a lot… [by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS], is that…the number of women isn’t plentiful enough yet to have enough data on an annual basis to come up with reliable estimates.”
Ariane Hegewisch on Green Connections Radio
There’s a little secret about the pandemic-economic recession that economists are not talking about much: that women in STEM jobs actually did pretty well. Why? Because STEM jobs are what economists call “professional” jobs and they have been in demand and therefore, not cut for the most part.
Listen to Ariane Hegewisch, Program Director for Employment and Earnings at the Institute for Women’s Policy Research explain why and how women in STEM fields can benefit in this engaging conversation with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson.
"It’s reasonably easy to get to middle management, but then if you want to get above that, suddenly it’s elbows and you need to be prepared for that…Write your own pathway, take yourself seriously" Ariane Hegewisch on Green Connections Radio podcast
Read my Forbes blog about this issue here too.
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