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Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    Well-known Patents    (12 of 15; Sources on slide 15)

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. Well-known Patents of Sources on slide

Busy States of America  How many Americans are shopping, watching TV or working at any given moment of the day?  A new interactive chart, built by e-commerce company Retale using survey data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, answers that question, depicting what Americans are doing in real time.  You can also see just how routines shift along age, gender and employment lines.  Explore the data below:

This Graphic Shows How Americans Spend Money In Real Time

Women's appearance in the work force has drastically changed but still compared to the numbers of males it needs improvement.

Women in the Workforce: What Changes Have We Made?

Women's appearance in the work force has drastically changed but still compared to the numbers of males it needs improvement.

Minimum Wage Gender Gap: Percentage of Men and Women Who Earn Minimum Wage or Less, among Hourly Workers, 1979-2013  Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Minimum Wage Gender Gap: Percentage of Men and Women Who Earn Minimum Wage or Less, among Hourly Workers, Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    (3 of 15; Sources on slide 15)

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. of Sources on slide

The Workforce Is Even More Divided by Race & Gender Than You Think - Atlantic Mobile

The Workforce Is Even More Divided by Race Than You Think

Unemployment Rates by Race and Hispanic or Latino Ethnicity, Annual Averages Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    Especially in Technology, There is a Need to Change the Ratio    (8 of 15; Sources on slide 15)

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. Especially in Technology, There is a Need to Change the Ratio of Sources on slide

Women's Earnings As a Percentage of Men's (2012)  [click on this image to find a short clip and discussion on the gender wage gap]  Source: NPR's Planet Money, data from Bureau of Labor Statistics

What Women Earn Compared To Men - jobs with the least and the biggest pay gaps

Average (2012) Weekly Earnings for Full-Time Workers, by Race and Gender  Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

Average Weekly Earnings for Full-Time Workers, by Race and Gender Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

No Surprise, Women work more hours in the home. (Data courtesy of the Bureau of Labor Statistics)

CHARTS: How American Men and Women Spend Their Time

New Labor Department data show that men work more than women, but women work harder at home.

Employment and median usual weekly earnings of women and women's earnings as percent of men's, by industry, 2009

Bureau of Labor Statistic, women’s earnings compared to men’s in various industries during 2009

The Workforce Is Even More Divided by Race Than You Think - Atlantic Mobile

The Workforce Is Even More Divided by Race Than You Think

Participation Rate by Race and Gender: Source: U. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    (10 of 15; Sources on slide 15)

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. of Sources on slide

The Stagnation Of The Middle Class, In 1 Graph : NPR....gender pay gap

The Stagnation Of The Middle Class, In 1 Graph

Real Median Earnings and Women's-to-Men's Earnings Ratio: 1960 to 2013 (full-time, year-round workers) Source: U.

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead.    Sources    (15 of 15)

Women @ Work: Sound bites and statistics from women who lead. Sources of

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