For Women

At DiversityJobs, we understand the unique challenges women in the workforce face. Our employers know your value and are looking for people like you.

At DiversityJobs, we understand the unique challenges women in the workforce face. Our employers know your value and are looking for people like you.

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the facts
Women are
16 %
more likely than men to get
hired after applying to a job 2
Women make up
57.4 %
of the US workforce 1
For every 74 men
100
women obtain a 4-year college
degree, making them more competitive 3

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May 10, 2022
Best Work from Home Jobs in 2022
The definition of a work environment has changed in the days since the 2020 Coronavirus global outbreak and lockdown. More remote job opportunities and ‘work from home’ jobs, aka WFH, are available for potential hires. If you are looking to start a career learning path to prepare for employment opportunities, or you want to specialize […]
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March 22, 2022
Attention Ladies! 5 Tips to Ace Your Job Interview
You probably spent lots of time crafting your resume and writing the perfect cover letter. You looked through a million job ads to find the right ones and then spent hours applying. Finally, you received a call back, and next week you’re on your way to an in-person (or Zoom) interview. Congratulations! But before you […]
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February 24, 2022
Level Up Your Career with These Career Resources For Women
Are you a woman committed to finding career success? If so, level up your career and check out the resources and tips for job seekers via DiversityJobs, a site committed to promoting diversity in business. You should also consider taking a look at the resources provided below, which are filled with links and tips to […]
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June 30, 2022
How To Negotiate a Raise After Returning From Maternity Leave
If you’re like a lot of new mothers, probably one of the last things on your mind after having a baby is to try and get a raise from your employer. Instead, you’re likely just grateful that you were given time off from your job to be with your family and new addition. But the […]
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February 24, 2022
Stay-at-home Mom Returning To the Workforce?
As a stay-at-home mom, you have enjoyed some wonderful years spending time with your children and watching them grow up. However, as the kids become older, you might start considering getting back into the workforce.   When you think about getting back to work, do not worry about the commonly-held notion that ‘taking a break’ […]
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December 1, 2020
Are Women Really No Better Off in the Workplace After #MeToo?
The #MeToo movement seemed poised to help us create more equitable workplaces — where women thrive as much as men. Unfortunately, we have yet to see this come to fruition in any significant way. And, in some cases, the backlash has made it even more difficult for women to get ahead. The hashtag #MeToo was […]
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September 30, 2020
Diversity Initiatives Are Leaving Black Women Behind
You can publicly commit yourself to diversity in the workplace, put it in writing on social media, hire diversity officers, and shuttle tens of thousands of dollars into “diversity initiatives,” but if you don’t understand the complexities of creating an inclusive workplace, you’re not going to get any return on your investment.   That’s probably […]
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October 28, 2020
How Employers Can Address Increased Gender Inequality Due To Working From Home
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the nature of work as we know it. Between flexible work arrangements, part-time contracts, and side gigs, it’s been difficult to gauge just how many people are working from home as a result. But according to Stanford’s research, 42% of the U.S. labor force was working from home full time […]
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February 24, 2022
Women Job Seekers Guide
In recent years, the female presence in the workforce has seen a substantial increase in just about every industry. However, the overall job market continues to be male-centric, and women often encounter challenges in the job search process that their male counterparts do not. Regardless, women today have more opportunities than ever before to make their mark […]
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Women's Equality Day
Each year on August 26 we celebrate Women’s Equality Day. It commemorates American women gaining the right to vote in 1920. It was passed in Congress in 1973.
National Deaf Awareness Month
This month helps us see the highly concerted global advocacy to raise awareness about the Deaf community on different levels. It is about gathering together, becoming united, and showing that unity to the rest of the world.
Celebrate Bisexuality Day
The day is celebrated to remind people of the history and struggles faced by the bisexual community. A bisexual person is someone who is not exclusively attracted to people of one particular gender. The flag that represents the bisexual community has three colors — purple, blue, and pink. Celebrate Bisexuality Day teaches us that every person is deserving of love and respect, no matter how different they might seem from us. It’s a day that teaches us acceptance.