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Gender in California City Government: The First 50 Cities

We have been busy crunching the gender equality numbers in California cities!   Here are some of the preliminary results:  We have analyzed 52 California cities.        Highlights of the Study: 25 of the 51 cities analyzed employed 30% or fewer female employees in 2017.  1/3 of the cities studied employed more than […]

Back to School Tip 4: Get your routine back.

Back to school is here again! How did that happen? Summer just flew by. Transitioning from summer to fall can be daunting, especially when you are working mom trying to balance work expectations with the needs of your children and household. As working moms, it feels like there is no easy way to do this, […]

Back to School Tip 3: Save Time by Shopping Online

Back to school is here again! How did that happen? Summer just flew by. Transitioning from summer to fall can be daunting, especially when you are working mom trying to balance work expectations with the needs of your children and household. As working moms, it feels like there is no easy way to do this, […]

Back to School Tip 2: Just ignore the laundry

Back to school is here again! How did that happen? Summer just flew by. Transitioning from summer to fall can be daunting, especially when you are working mom trying to balance work expectations with the needs of your children and household. As working moms, it feels like there is no easy way to do this, […]

The EEOC Sues United Airlines, Inc. for Sexual Harassment

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Since August 1, 2018, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has sued multiple companies for allegations of sexual harassment, one of the most prominent of those companies was United Airlines, Inc. (United Air). United is an international airline that was founded in 1934. It has more than 300 airports and over 89,800 employees. Details of […]

Josephine Baker was a singer, dancer, and civil rights activist.

Josephine Baker was an American-born French entertainer, civil rights activist, and French Resistance agent. Her career was centered primarily in Europe. She was wildly popular in France during the 1920s. Josephine devoted much of her life to fighting racism. She was born Freda Josephine McDonald on June 3, 1906, in St. Louis, Missouri. She spent most […]

COWABUNGA Surfers! – Salary Surfer Website Revamped

COWABUNGA Surfers!  The popular Salary Surfer Website has been revamped and relaunched.  The California Community Colleges relaunched the salary surfer website to help students, would be students, and their families make informed choices about higher education and careers.  This new and improved website has updated data and also includes more than 100 career highlight videos […]