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Time Management: Are Seven Days A Week Enough? - Legal Examiner

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Time Management: Are Seven Days A Week Enough?
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People often complain that seven days a week aren't enough to get done what they need to do. It's a good thing they don't live in the Belgian Congo of the 1950's.
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Working Women Are Japan's Only Hope for Avoiding Economic Catastrophe - The Atlantic

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Working Women Are Japan's Only Hope for Avoiding Economic Catastrophe
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This month, prime minister Shinzo Abe will begin unveiling Japan's "national growth strategy," the structural reforms from the "third arrow" of Abenomics.
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3 Myths About Working Women

3 Myths About Working Women | Personal Development | Scoop.it
Working women have been a growing force in the economy for three decades, as more women graduate from college, take professional jobs and influence household spending decisions. In some important ways, women even outpace men.

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Women financially clueless? I think not - CreditCards.com

Women financially clueless? I think not - CreditCards.com | Personal Development | Scoop.it
When it comes to managing money, women often get a bad rap.
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» Clinton, Oprah & Madonna: Women Leaders Still Need to Navigate Gender Stereotypes - Psych Central News

» Clinton, Oprah & Madonna: Women Leaders Still Need to Navigate Gender Stereotypes  - Psych Central News | Personal Development | Scoop.it
Women in business and academia who want to take on leadership roles should be tooting their own horns -- but not too cheerfully. That's the gist of the

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