Classic Books on Career Management for Women

Classic Books on Career Management for Women
Games Mother Never Taught You: Corporate Gamemanship For Women
     by Betty Lehan Harragan, 1977
From the Cover- "What Every Women Who Works Should Know About Breaking Through The Male Monopoly On Success"
Talking 9to5- Women and Men in the Workplace: Language, Sex and Power
     by Deborah Tannen, Ph.D., 1994
"Ways in which men and women communicate can determine who gets heard, who gets ahead, and what gets done."
New Women’s Dress For Success
     by John T. Molloy, 1996
Classic primer on how to Dress for Success. "First and only book for women by an image consultant that backed up recommendations with sound research. John T. Molloy proved that what women wore affected what they earned."
(Although this book came out 10 years ago, it still has some good advice.)
The Second Shift
      by Arlie Hochschild, re-issue edition-2003
This is becoming a classic on work-life balance inequities for women.
If you know of some classic books on career management for women, and you think they should be included here, please email 

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