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By: Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl | Posted: 11/04/2013
Working women in the year 2013: Can we have it all?
This is a question that's been burbling along for a few years now. On the one hand, there's the promise of feminism: You can have a family, a career, and pursue happiness just like anyone. On the other hand, there's reality: Women still earn 70 cents on the dollar to men, and are woefully under-represented in the corridors of power. Too few are CEOs, senators, members of corporate boards, and so on, and the barriers to those corridors of power are often straight-up discrimination (perceiving men as male leaders as commanding and female ones as bossy) or the demands of family (there are bosses who understand a sick kid, and those who just don’t).
Can women have it all? To me this often seems like asking ‘Can women have a phone number?’ Yes and no, we can’t have one phone number, we each need our own (and some of us need three or four). So if we each need our own version of having it all—what does that even look like?
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl is a senior editor at Mpls.St.Paul Magazine.See bio
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