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Helpful Reads: Women in the Workplace Study

25-October-2015

The Helpful Reads section of our website is focused on the latest study done by McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.org called Women in the Workplace. The study was done among close to 30,000 respondents in America.

The main finding as it can be expected are that women are underrepresented in the coreporate world and face more challenges in thier career advacement.

One of the most interesting findings is that women with children are 15% more interested at top positions than those who do not have children. Needeless to say, the work family life balancing issue comes into play for many women.

The entire study is available HERE.


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