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Women, Retirement: Understanding Gender Differences

If you are a woman who is planning your retirement, you may have noticed that you face some specific challenges that your male counterparts don’t necessarily experience. Women have to account for things like a longer life expectancy, the gender pay gap, shorter time in the workforce and higher health care expenses. While this isn’t […]

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One Hundred Local Women Making a Difference

Giving from the heart soars beyond cupid’s seasonally slung arrows into the whole year for Prescott Area Women Who Care (PAWWC). The new group’s community-minded women have committed to meeting once every three months to decide which local 501(c)(3) will receive their targeted quarterly donation of $10,000 or more. PAWWC “is perfect for any local […]

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Women Wanted for Fire Boot Camp

The USDA Forest Service Southwestern Region is seeking a small group of career-focused women to be on-call Wildland Fire Fighters for the 2016 fire season. These on-call positions will provide support to wildland fire operations during the summer when needed and can help pave the way for future employment and career advancement inside of the […]

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More Women Choosing to Own, Carry Firearms

Deanna Messer looks back at her 32-year-old self, living alone in her “safe” Salt Lake City apartment, and calls herself “unaware.” Today, the retired nurse calls herself “a marksman.” Messer vividly recalls the night in 1982 when she was awakened by the sound of her screeching cockatoo. She switched on the lights, ran toward the […]

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