In 2013, we partnered with Lean In to create a women-in-the-workplace series, and we maintained the job-centric momentum this year. Whenever we talk about women's jobs or careers, we hit on layers upon layers of issues: motherhood, child care, glass ceilings, finances, equality, spousal support (mental, emotional and financial), household responsibilities -- and on and on.
Here's a look at the topics we tackled in 2014:
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (aka Notorious RBG) achieved new levels of fame outside the courtroom after weighing in on the Hobby Lobby decision.
There was a debate over whether egg freezing was a "great workplace equalizer" or another way for women to attempt to "have it all."
Early in the year, we discussed the female firefighters and brewsters blazing trails in their industries -- and the comedians, animators and mechanics who did the same generations earlier. We also examined the evolution of the teaching profession and why women fill a majority of teaching jobs -- outside of higher education, anyway.
Get all your workplace questions answered in one place -- our Best of 2014: On the Job page!