Women offered fewer career-advancing 'hot jobs', says survey
"Offering critical assignments to high-potential women as part of an intentional strategy can help break through the logjam that blocks advancement for talented women," Catalyst President and Chief Executive Officer Ilene H Lang said.
"The study show that women are just as ambitious as men and use the same career advancement strategies-but they don't get the same pay off. Clearly, access to the 'hot jobs' and to senior-level sponsors with clout to create that access can make a dramatic difference in closing the persistent gender gap," she said.
This research was conducted through an online at 26 leading business schools in Asia, Canada, Europe and the United States.
Catalyst is the leading nonprofit membership organisation expanding opportunities for women and business.
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