More and more women are finding success in the workplace today. By the end of this year, studies show more than half of the American workforce will be female.
But for many African-American women, with success comes something else. A recent Yale study found successful, educated black women born after 1950 were twice as likely to be single – compared to white women of the same age.
But single doesn’t mean unhappy, as writer Nika Beamon explores in her book, “I Didn’t Work this Hard Just to Get Married.”