AAUW nationally has sponsored a wide variety of research reports to provide analysis, data, and accurate information about issues that are important to women and girls. Past reports include:
Read specifically about the impact of COVID on women’s economic security.
Women and Student Loans in the time of COVID.
With the emergence of the #MeToo movement, there has been a renewed public, cultural and academic focus on workplace harassment. We investigate the compounding impact of sexual harassment on women’s economic security across their lifespan and career trajectories.
Review key facts about the gender pay gap in the US, including links to additional resources to help you effectively advocate for pay equity.
We take a close look at the broken ladders to advancement that women face even in sectors where they make up the majority of workers.
La Pura Verdad informe explica la brecha salarial en los Estados Unidos; cómo afecta las mujeres de todas las edades, razas, y de todos los niveles educativos; y qué puede hacer para cerrarla.
The majority of student loans are made to women and, with their lower average pay, it takes longer to get out of debt after college.
This report examines why men still vastly outnumber women in leadership positions.
This report recommends policies and practices to help women succeed in community colleges.
Sexual harassment in our nation’s schools, focused on grades 7-12
An in-depth profile of eight key research findings that point to environmental and social barriers that continue to block women’s participation and progress in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Just one year out of college, women already earn less than their male colleagues.