From bridging the gender pay gap to building bridges through mentorship, this week has been a busy one for women and money.

Here are this week’s top reads for women and money from around the web.

Editor’s picks of the week

  1. The latest report from StatsCan on wage disparity between men and women has generated a lot of controversy.
  2. Passive investing, once shunned as boring and unsexy, is growing in dominance—and so are the female managers who entered the field when no one else wanted it.
  3. Joann Lublin was the first female editor at The Wall Street Journal. Her recent book Earning It is an “in-the-trenches” guide to making it in the world of business.
  4. Finding or being a mentor is one key to career success. Here’s how it’s a win-win for everyone involved.
  5. In this video Golden Girl Finance contributor Kelley Keehn discusses why women stress more about money.