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15 Ways The Workplace Will Change For Women In 2018, According To Experts

We've got a lot to look forward to.

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The future is looking bright for women in the workplace.

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There's no doubt that 2017 was a whirlwind of a year—the last 12 months have brought their fair share of challenges and scandals. Our country is coping with the aftermath of an array of mass shootings, bombings, data breaches, hurricanes and wildfires but, nevertheless, we persist.

And, while it might be difficult to see the good amid all the bad, there’s also been a lot of positive things that happened to combat it all. Like the time Southwest Airlines flew a plane full of puppies to help them escape from Hurricane Harvey. Or the time 80 heroic bystanders formed a human chain to save that drowning family on a Florida beach. Also in Florida, high school students started the club, We Dine Together, so that no one has to eat lunch alone. Heck, a 16-year-old got Wendy’s to send him free chicken nuggets for a year by the sheer power of Twitter. Wendy's then donated $100,000 to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, to which Wilkerson asked his own followers to donate.

Jackie Robinson got his own museum. Unicorn food became a thing. The Ken doll got a hipster makeover. Men started wearing rompers. It was, overall, a year for the

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