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Women Resources

Career and Job Search Resources

Advancing Women

Offers career advice, a job search board, money management advice, networking opportunities, tips for small business owners, international and multicultural support for women

American Association of University Women

The nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls

Careerwomen.com

The national leader in for online job searching for women

Feminist Majority Foundation

Job and internship database featuring positions that focus on advancing the status of women or promoting social justice

IMDiversity.com (Women’s Village)

Job bank and resources for diverse groups

Lean In

Committed to offering women the ongoing inspiration and support to help them achieve their goals. Focused on encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what we can’t do to what we can do.

U.S. Department of Labor,  Women’s Bureau

Contains information about standards and policies regarding wage-earning women, and resources to advance their opportunities for profitable employment.

WAGE Project

Inspires and helps working women to take the steps needed to close the pay equity gap and to ensure that every woman is paid what she’s worth.

Women for Hire

Job database and website with advice and resources for those searching for full-time positions

Women in the Workplace

Comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America

Women’s Job List

Job database and “Career Advice” website

Womenforhire.com

Offers a wide variety of career-related information and videos geared to working women.

Professional Associations

Your Legal Rights:

As a woman, you may have concerns about experiencing discrimination within your job search or career and how to handle this should it arise.  Check out the resources below to help you understand your rights if you encounter discrimination in a job interview or in the work place.

To learn about what constitutes an illegal interview question and how to handle it if the situation happens in a job interview read the article title Handling Improper Interview Questions written by career experts from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.  If you experience discrimination once you are in a job, check out Dealing with Discrimination: Tips for Employees.  The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission also offers resources for handling gender-based discrimination including information on the Equal Pay Act, Title IX.

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