Despite efforts to move towards greater equality, the corporate glass ceiling still exists for women. In new research, Jill E. Yavorsky, Lisa Keister and Yue Qian find that this restriction is far more extensive than had been thought previously: women are excluded from almost all top income positions, no matter their occupations. Gender disparities in income are so great, […]
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