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Remember that old cigarette ad that proclaimed: “You've come a long way, baby?" It was introduced in 1968 by Virginia Slims, which linked smoking with female empowerment and equality. When we look closely at women in the business world, however, we may not have come as far as we think.

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Working women with families: Are you getting what you deserve at work?

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With organizations and communities dedicated to supporting women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers, the opportunities for women to break into the IT field are increasingly plentiful. Despite this growth, however, it can still be challenging for women to stand out in their field and land senior roles.

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Imagine the following scenario: You walk into the office, just days after your promotion. You're happy you've upgraded to a new office, a better parking spot, and a better salary. You're proud of yourself, and you should be; you've worked really hard for this. So, why are the rest of the women in the office whispering to themselves when you walk by? Why have they suddenly stopped inviting you to lunch? And why is there a nasty rumor about how you “really" got your promotion, spreading around the office like wild fire?

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