Why are you so interested in hair care?

On Dec. 15, Recode published an article by former Recode editor-in-chief Jonah Peretti called, “Why are you curious about hair care?”

The article was a response to a recent article in the Washington Post, which stated that hair care was “the most important aspect of any job.”

Peretti also wrote that people should pay close attention to the health risks associated with hair care and asked, “What do we need to know about hair?”

The piece was published in the wake of a similar article by Bloomberg Businessweek that claimed hair care “is a lucrative business.”

The Washington Post article came on the heels of the release of the American Bar Association’s 2014 survey, which revealed that men and women are interested in different types of hair care products, but “most are interested only in one thing at a time.”

While the survey revealed a general interest in hair products and hair care methods, it also revealed that women are significantly more interested in products made by men.

While men make up almost 40% of the population, women make up around half.

Men make up 57% of those in the United States who use hair care.

According to a 2016 study from the University of Washington, women spend nearly four times as much on hair care as men.

Hair care costs men and underrepresented minorities $2,600 on average compared to $6,000 for people of color, and the gap is wider for men.

The gap is even more stark for African Americans.

Men’s haircare products account for 46% of products sold in the U.S. for men, compared to just 11% of women’s products, according to the National Haircare Council.

The American Academy of Dermatology found that women’s hair care costs about 20% less than men’s products.

The National Women’s Haircare Foundation estimated that women use about two-thirds of the hair care that men use, but men’s hair products account, on average, for 20% of overall hair care spending.

According the American Academy, hair care can be a barrier to career advancement and social success.

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research noted in a 2015 report that women were less likely to be hired for positions in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields than men, and that women “were less likely than men to be promoted to senior management positions.”

The report also noted that men tend to be more interested than women in certain career paths, such as medicine or engineering.

The institute noted that, while the gender pay gap in science and technology is narrowing, it has not narrowed significantly for women.

The study, titled “Women and STEM: What’s Driving the Pay Gap in the Workplace?” noted that there was a gender pay disparity in science.

In 2015, the American Association of University Women estimated that in STEM fields, women earn $13,200 more than men.

However, women in STEM professions, such at the medical and dental fields, earned on average $13.40 more than their male counterparts in the same fields.

A 2015 study from Duke University also found that “the gap in salaries between men and woman for the same job is nearly twice as large in computer science and engineering compared to physical science and math.”

The disparity in pay between men, on the other hand, is “significantly smaller in health care, nursing, and pharmacy than in other fields,” the report stated.

A 2012 study from Georgetown University estimated that men earn $24,200 on average in a given year, while women earn less than $21,000.

According a 2013 study from Johns Hopkins University, women are paid an average of $14,600 more than they were 20 years ago.

In 2017, women earned a median salary of $40,600 in the fields of finance, management, and business administration, while men earned $37,400 in the field.

While the gender wage gap is widening, women still earn 77 cents for every dollar a man earns.

A 2017 report from the National Women in Advertising and Marketing (NWIAAM) found that the gender gap in advertising and marketing is widening.


the NWIAAM, women now make up more than 80% of all advertising and creative jobs.

The report said that the industry is “still struggling to understand the ways in which women are targeted and how women are being overlooked in the industry.”

The study found that a large majority of women are overrepresented in marketing, accounting for about 70% of marketers.

Women account for nearly half of all marketing executives.

A 2016 study by the UBS Group found that when it comes to advertising, men are the most likely to earn more than women, with women accounting for 79% of advertising executives.

In the same study, men make about 79 cents for each dollar a woman makes.

Women earn an average wage of $27,200, while a median wage of about $31,400 is paid to men.

A recent study from American Express revealed that the average man earns