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Women In The Workforce

  1. minding our business
    How I Made Over 1 Million Sales on EtsyFor jewelry designer Kate Kim, great customer service is the key to success.
  2. ask a boss
    ‘I’m Scared I’ll Never Be Qualified for a Promotion’Talk to your manager! Part of retaining good people is giving them opportunities to develop their skills.
  3. how i get it done
    For the McBride Sisters, Wine Isn’t Just a BusinessIt’s a sibling ritual.
  4. career
    When Your Business Is 100 Years Older Than YouMei Lum is the fifth-generation owner of Wing On Wo & Co., the oldest store in Chinatown.
  5. how i got this business
    How Whitney Blaylock Opened a Women’s-Only Gym in Three MonthsShe spoke with the Cut about launching a new business at lightning speed.
  6. minding our business
    ‘What I Learned From Seeing My Business Fail’Three successful entrepreneurs on the wisdom they gained from setbacks.
  7. how i got this business
    Meet the Former Google Employees Making Skin Care for Women of ColorMarie Kouadio Amouzame and Alice Lin Glover on their company Eadem.
  8. how i got this business
    “For Me, It Was Like Extreme Business School”How Bridget Connelly launched the hard-kombucha brand of her dreams.
  9. women in the workforce
    What It Takes to Make It in the Food IndustryTen women who run their own restaurants, bakeries, and catering businesses on finding success in a notoriously precarious industry.
  10. how i got this business
    How Lisa Li Brought Shangri-La to New York CityWith her whole-flower tea business and wellness brand, The Qi.
  11. how i got this business
    This Fashion Brand Took Off During the PandemicHow Sheena Sood turned her side hustle into a business.
  12. minding our business
    Survival Secrets From Small-Business OwnersSix women share the advice no one gave them when they were starting out.
  13. how i got this business
    The Plant Doctor Whose Hobby Grew Into a Main GigHow Maryah Greene’s Greene Piece became a full-blown business.
  14. all work no pay
    I Really Can’t ComplainBut if I could …
  15. all work no pay
    A Common Theme for Black WomenUnemployment has been our disproportionate reality since long before the pandemic.
  16. all work no pay
    Making It WorkFour women who work at Winnie, an online marketplace for child care, walk us through how they’re balancing their own work and child-care needs.
  17. all work no pay
    ‘We Still Need Accommodations’In the pandemic economy, disabled women face a number of obstacles.
  18. all work no pay
    Who Are We Without Our Jobs?A job doesn’t need to be a passion to give you a sense of purpose. What happens when it’s gone?
  19. all work no pay
    ‘I’m Bored Out of My Mind’The Cut talked to a flight attendant for private jets about being grounded by the pandemic.
  20. all work no pay
    ‘They Told Me If I Don’t Come in, They Won’t Pay Me’Domestic workers on scraping by during the pandemic.
  21. all work no pay
    ‘I Knew She Was Quitting’Former co-workers discuss how the pandemic turned their work environment toxic.
  22. all work no pay
    How My Queer Marriage Got Less StraightThe pandemic forced my wife and I to take a long, hard look at each other’s work.
  23. all work no pay
    Hey, Hun!In women’s joblessness, multi-level marketers saw opportunity.
  24. how i get it done
    How 3 Entertainment-Industry Superstars Get It Done (During a Pandemic)Robin Wright, Zoe Lister-Jones, and Jacqueline Lyanga talk all things film and work from home at Sundance.
  25. all work no pay
    ‘How the Hell Am I Supposed to Do This?’The Cut spoke to a single mother about having a newborn, losing her job, and becoming closer to her 10-year-old throughout a challenging year.
  26. all work no pay
    ‘She’s More Patient With the Kids’A married man and woman explain how they decided she’d be the one to quit her job to take care of their two children.
  27. all work no pay
    How Am I?I mean, I’m working from home while taking care of two little kids. And there’s a demon in my kitchen.
  28. all work no pay
    The Mothers Who Already LeftMy daughter’s diagnosis pushed me out of the workforce years before the pandemic.
  29. all work no pay
    The Breaking PointThirteen women on being driven from the workforce.
  30. all work no pay
    The End of the End of MenWomen’s advancement was always tenuous.
  31. all work no pay
    The Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole StoryUnemployment statistics can’t capture the full extent of what women have lost.