Feminist Economics is a type of economic research that is gender-aware and inclusive.
The surest way to financial success and a well-paying job is through a college degree. Yet is this idea accurate? Does receiving a college degree determine economic security later in life?
The Lavender Scare: a panic that captivated the United States during the Cold War and at the height of the Second Red Scare.
Working mothers face an even wider pay gap than working women without children, this is known as the motherhood penalty.
LGBT community is given very few economic benefits and no support from family and laws, yet still sometimes manages to achieve the qualification.