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Are single people treated unfairly in the workplace? Here are some of my writings on this topic and other issues related to single people and their work and careers.


Single workers aren’t there to pick up the slack for their married bosses and colleagues

Best story I’ve ever read on singlism in the workplace

The many ways singles are treated unfairly at work

Married men paid more than single men, get more interviews

When getting to work from home is someone else’s judgment call, will singles be disadvantaged?

Singles have fewer benefits than married couples — but are slowly gaining more

Why it is unfair to expect single people to cover for everyone else at work

Married workers heading out early and singles staying late

Some bosses think it is fine to pay single people less than their married coworkers

How single women get devalued in the workplace because they are single women (by Joan DelFattore)

Married mother has different view of singlism, matrimania

Creating a singles-friendly workplace: How would you do it?

Enlighten your workplace: From speaking out to buying an office kid

Do co-workers and bosses expect you, single person, to cover for everyone else over the holidays?


Sabbaticals for singles?

Changing Careers: Is It Different for Singles?

Making it on your own: Are these successful entrepreneurs single at heart?

Not just money: Why older singles want to keep working

Singles value meaningful work – and did so even in high school

Singlism cover

Singlism: What It Is, Why It Matters, and How to Stop It