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Former CEO Margaret Heffernan Reveals Career Advice for Millennials

The first few months after graduation are vital for any post-graduate. Whether you're pursuing an internship, an entry-level position, or in the throes of an intense job search, taking small steps each day is critical to reach your short-term and long-term goals. Read More »

Why the Women’s U.S. Open Final Sold Out Before the Men’s

Serena Williams is making history for the U.S. open final before she’s even stepped foot on the court. Williams reportedly helped the women's final sell out before the men's final for the first time ever, according to the United States Tennis Association. Read More »

Pakistan Has More Female Medical Students Than Practicing Female Doctors

How many of Pakistan's female medical students go on to become doctors? Not many, says a recent BBC report. Read More »

Meet the NBA's First Full-Time Female Analyst

Yet another woman has shattered the glass ceiling in the world of sports broadcasting.  On Friday, Fox Sports Carolina announced that Stephanie Ready will join the Charlotte Hornets' booth as the first full-time female NBA team analyst. Read More »

Best #WomenSupportingWomen 2015 VMA Moments

The music industry tends to stack the odds against female artists, often focusing on their appearances and feuds (especially as of late). Read More »

6 Female Movie Characters Who Overcome the Odds

Movies have the special ability to transform real-life tales into captivating, compelling stories. And no stories are more empowering (or complex to translate onscreen) than those of women who achieved greatness against all odds. Read More »

6 Millennial Women Who are Changing the Food Scene

From Instagram to food blogs, food has become a fixture in millennial culture. Instead of looking for food inspiration on cooking shows or online recipes, some millennials are taking food back into their own hands by learning how it's made and where it comes from. Read More »

Women are Starting Companies at a Faster Rate Than Men

Entrepreneurship rates among women are growing. Women are starting companies at a faster rate than men, especially women of color. Read More »

Greece Appoints First Female Prime Minister

Greece appointed its first female prime minister: Supreme Court head Vassiliki Thanou. Read More »

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