U.S. Military Service Increases Earnings for Women Across Races
June 28, 2017
April 4, 2017: Serving in the military can boost women’s future earnings and quash significant racial and ethnic disparities in pay, a new study has found. Across all races, veteran women earned more than 115 percent of what their same-race, nonveteran counterparts earned. Additionally, the veteran premium was large enough to raise the earnings of disadvantaged minorities to be on par with white women in the civilian labor force – and sometimes even higher. See the full article: Study: Military Service Narrows the Racial Wage Gap Among Women (Military Times, www.militarytimes.com)
Latest Newsview all
A Diversity of Skills Found Among Women
September 22, 2021
Some of those advocating for more women in the workplace use the potentially counterproductive argument that women innately bring much needed "soft skills" to the traditionally technical cybersecurity leadership community.
International Day of Peace
September 17, 2021
2021 Theme: Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world
U. S. Congress Moves Closer to Making Women Register for the Draft
September 7, 2021
The U.S. House Armed Services Committee voted Wednesday to expand registration for the Selective Service System, commonly known as the draft, to include women, a move that brings the requirement one step closer to becoming law.