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Gender Imbalance

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Tue Jul 01 2008

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The article offers information on the difference between men and women in terms of a desire for a promotion. A study conducted by Hudson Recruitment and Talent management showed this concern on the corporate structure. It is also mentioned that since the 1980s the number of women holding managerial and professional positions has doubled. The study also identified that the volume of women working in corporate officer positions at Fortune 500 companies remained stagnant, registering between 15 and 16% in three years. Moreover, men expressed that they prefer the trappings of a job, like salary, title, and prestige, while women focused on having interesting and meaningful work.

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