Women In Vermont's Economy
We’ve all heard about the glass ceiling. And the fact that there are fewer women in science, math, and engineering jobs. But that’s not just bad for women…it’s not so great for the economy either.
A new report recommends ways to get women and girls prepared to enter Vermont’s economy. We’ll talk about those recommendations with Tiffany Bluemle, Executive Director of Vermont Works for Women, and Stephanie Seguino, Professor of Economics at University of Vermont. We'll also hear from Department of Labor Commissioner Annie Noonan.
Tell us about your own experience with women in the workforce. Send your comments or questions to email@example.com
We'll also hear about the record breaking price a Norman Rockwell painting fetched at auction recently.