I'm a doctoral candidate in the Sociology Department at Yale University. I study workplaces, workers, and inequality, and my research has been covered by CNN, The Boston Globe, and Harvard Business Review. My dissertation examines sociable interactions between workers and the implications of these interactions for labor market inequality. In one paper I show that sociable workers benefit from sociable workplaces. In another, I show that the sociability of jobs contributes to gender gaps in earnings, promotions, and job tenure.