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Women and Money / A Study #989169

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 2011
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) A new look at women and money introduced.

(White House: Jake Tapper) A White House study on women in the workplace examined; details given about the profile of working women, the reasons for pay inequities and proposed legislation. [Freelance writer Ji Hyun LEE†- says she felt devalued.] [White House adviser Valerie JARRETT†- says women need to be encouraged to go into science, engineering and math.] [In a discussion, international technology consultant Carol WATERS†, hospital executive Julie SZEMPRUCH†; Women for Hire CEO Tory JOHNSON†; ABC's Claire SHIPMAN†- talk about women negotiating, family and productivity.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Elizabeth Vargas) Study findings that having women in a workforce leads to higher equity and some hero companies, like Google, Johnson and Johnson and Deloitte, named and discussed.

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