Season 4 ⤵
After a surge in teen pregnancies during the pandemic, community-based programs are stepping in to help girls manage their lives and re-enroll in school.
Cash was key to tackling US inequality during Covid-19. But for women who received monthly guaranteed income, it was far more than a pandemic stopgap.
Covid has threatened decades of economic progress. Some places have blunted the damage.
Season 3 ⤵
My family owned slaves. I wanted to know more about that.
Episode 7 of The Pay Check podcast looks at why Britain’s Windrush Compensation Scheme became a cautionary tale
Episode 5 of The Pay Check takes a hard look at affirmative action and its promises and failures.
Episode 2 of The Pay Check podcast does the math on moments in U.S. history that led to the racial wealth gap.
When I searched my ancestral history, I found clues to a legacy of land redistribution.
An in depth look at the racial wealth gap in the U.S.
Season 2 ⤵
More than 30 years of restricting births have left China with a demographic crisis.
Until men are as involved in childcare as women, moms will continue to take a pay hit.
Episode three of The Pay Check examines how the cost of childcare holds back women’s earning power. Is there a better way?
Bloomberg’s The Pay Check returns for an in-depth look at how motherhood explains so much of the $28 trillion global gender-pay gap
Season 1 ⤵
Sallie Krawcheck, a pioneer for women in finance, talks with up-and-comer Bianca Caban about the uncomfortable reality of being a woman in a male-dominated industry