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Meet Three Badass Women Turning Bartending Into a Career
    These women raise the bar for New York's hospitality industry.

Want to Get Ahead at Work? Be Overconfident
    Thinking you'll go far will make your boss think so, too, according to a new study.

The White House's Maker Faire Featured Awesome Women Entrepreneurs
    Not your average show and tell.

Female Breadwinners Don't See a Wage Drop After Having Kids
    Want to raise your personal income after you've become a mom? Marrying rich isn't the way to do it.

9 Signs You're About To Get Fired
    Know when the pink slip is coming — look out for these top 9 signs you're about to get fired.

6 Professional Work Tips To Memorize Now
    So you need a mentor, your calendar is a mess, and you double booked yourself — maybe your professional life is in a bit of a slump. We spoke with a black belt in business — Teresa Taylor — for some fast, confidence-boosting tips for

Study: Working Women Win in Washington
    Washington DC named the Best City for Working Women

Modern Rules: Digital Spring Cleaning
    Is all the fun stuff you store on your computer — movies, photos, music — an organizational disaster? You're not alone. Manage your e-world with these better wired practices.

Annual DVF Awards to Honor Robin Roberts and Natalia Vodianova
    Since 2010, Diane von Furstenberg has channeled her persona of female empowerment into an awards show at the end of the annual Women in the World Summit at the U.N. This year, she will honor Robin Roberts and Natalia Vodianova.

Where Our Future Female Engineers Are
    A former high school teacher runs a kids' program to help girls find a future in the male-dominated fields of math and science.

The War on Women: Surrendered (For Now)
    Something happened last night besides a surprisingly speedy Barack Obama victory: The war on women suffered major setbacks.

Why This New Yorker's Vote Counts More Than Ever
    For the first time since I stepped into a ballot box, I'm going to feel like my vote will make a difference. I haven't always felt this way.

Will Hurricane Sandy Finally Get Us Talking About Climate Change?
    Yesterday, New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg endorsed President Obama in an editorial for Bloomberg View, writing that Hurricane Sandy had brought the issue of climate change into “stark relief.” He continued: “Our climate is changing. And

Hurricane Sandy Is All About Politics
    On the surface, it would appear that Hurricane Sandy, the superstorm affecting 900 miles of the Eastern Coast, has halted the presidential campaign in its tracks.

Meet the Only Pro-Choice Woman Running for Governor
    In an election rife with discussion of abortion, birth control, rape, and equal pay, it's hard to believe that Maggie Hassan is the only pro-choice woman running for governor, in the battleground state of New Hampshire.

Anne Fulenwider Named Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief
    As Joanna Coles leaves for Cosmopolitan, the brand's former executive editor makes her return.

Diya Liu: Front Row College Challenge Winner
    Front Row College Challenge winner Diya Liu talks about her dream internship at Marie Claire.

In the Tote
    Signing deals with major artists like Lady Gaga is par for the course for Jody Gerson, co-president of Sony/ATV Music Publishing. Here, she reveals the contents of her bag.

Your Top 10 Financial Questions, Answered!
    LearnVest founder Alexa von Tobel gives her two-cents on some of your biggest money issues.

Cubicle Quick Fix
    Avoid an on-the-clock crisis with these emergency style essentials.

Improve Your Career Right Now!
    We've teamed up with LearnVest for the Build Your Career bootcamp. Sign up now for advice on how to improve your job!

Best Face Forward
    No makeup, no promotion? You may not want to hear this, but a new Harvard study says to get ahead, get out the blusher.

What Do You Think of MC@Work?
    We want to hear your thoughts on the second issue of MC@Work!