Posts Tagged ‘underutilization’

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    One Huge Reason Why the Global Gender Gap Report Affects You

    Oct 28, 13 • 1085 Views • No Comments

    On Saturday, in Saudi Arabia, one woman with an international driver’s license drove to her local grocery store, alone, to purchase a container of milk. Elated, she arrived home to report that the trip was uneventful. Elsewhere, also participating in an......  [read more]

  • Job Gains in Texas and Losses in Caifornia and Florida

    Human Capital: Unemployment Predictions

    Jun 13, 13 • 661 Views • No Comments

    Tepid. Called “tepid,” during May, the US unemployment rate was 7.6% and job creation was an “okay” 175,000. The Hamilton Project at the Brookings Institution perfectly displays what tepid means. If we add 175,000 jobs monthly (orange......  [read more]

  • The Surprising Glass Ceiling in Sweden and France

    Saudi Women

    Jun 24, 11 • 598 Views • No Comments

    It is tough for a Saudi Arabian woman to get a driver’s license. Only in rural areas might you see women behind the wheel. Even with recent protests, imagine, to get to work, to pick up groceries, to take a child to the doctor, you need a man. And, if......  [read more]

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    The Ant or the Grasshopper?

    May 27, 10 • 634 Views • No Comments

    “What a silly little ant you are,” said the grasshopper in The Ant and the Grasshopper. “Forget about work…Enjoy the summer!” But all day, everyday, grain by grain, the ant continued to gather and store her wheat. When......  [read more]