International Women's Day observance recalls need for parity

03/9/2010 | Forbes

ForbesWoman's Meghan Casserly applauds President Barack Obama for recognizing the struggles and accomplishments of women on International Women's Day. But Casserly urges leaders in Washington and around the globe to work harder to make sure women get paid the same as men for the same jobs, girls are encouraged to seek math and science careers, and women entrepreneurs are given more opportunities to succeed.

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