The History of Women in the Workplace [Infographic]

For years, women’s participation in the United States workforce was greatly limited. However, throughout the country’s history, women have made great strides toward equality in the workforce. We even get to run blogs!

So today, in honor of the female CEOs, doctors, teachers, political figures and more, our friends from the CreditScore Blog are helping us celebrate women in the workplace.


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    1. great stuff- now, if only women would stop trying to crush other women in the workplace we could bet back to working on advancement!

    2. TheReviewer says:

      Then who is in the kitchen making the sandwiches?

    3. Brad says:

      Infographics are such a great way to visualize information. Women have made it over many obstacles throughout history.

    4. Johnny says:

      Sooo whant to guess when our Military and Economy started to take a turn for the worse…

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    8. criolle johnny says:

      The graphic is incorrect at least once. The infamous 20th amendment was ratified August 18, 1920, not 1917. Perhaps the author was referring to voting rights in western states or other countries.

      Woe betide my country, the 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Amendments! Not wild about the 23rd.

      Hooray for the 27th.

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    15. lisa says:

      Good to see that the role of women improved a lot since then…

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