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Women In the Workplace: Then Vs. Now

19% of C-level executives 24% of Senior vice presidents WOMEN 27% of Vice presidents 35% of Directors in the 40% of Managers Workplace 53% of Entry level positions The workplace is unequal, but gender equality in the workplace is the best it's ever been. With millennial women leading the charge, there's no telling what another 30 years will bring! are WOMEN But there are still barriers to women's workplace advancement Women are likelier to be passed Men's budgets are over for high profile assignments: 2x larger Amongst business school grads: Budget over $10 million for a project: 30% Women make 77¢ for every $1 a man makes. 22% men than women's with women 3x the staffers So less women Perhaps because of ASPIRE parental roles to management Career interruptions {% doing the following because of a child/family member): 100% Percent who aspire to be management by age: MOTHER PATHER 80% Reduced Work Hours 60% 42% 28% 40% 39% Taken a significant 24% amount of time off 20% Quit a job 27% 10% Gen X (33-48) Millennial Boomer Turned down a (18-32) (49-67) 13% 10% promotion As number of kids inc ses, men work more, and women less Number of hours worked per week by gender by number of kids 0 kids 1 kids 2 kids 3+ kids 27 hours 32 hours 26 hours 40 hours 23 hours 42 hours 18 hours 46 hours With unpaid work taking up the rest of Paid Work Unpaid Work THEIR TIME 21 hours 30 hours 21 hours 13 hours But Millennial women are changing women's role in the workplace. Millennial women are more concerned with career success With more education than their male counterparts Earning 93% of what men the same age make. than millennial men. 66% 59% 38% $14.96/hr 31% women women men men while men make $16.00/hr report being successful in a high-paying career is very important % with a 4 year college degree HOW FAR we've come In 1980: Only half of women participated in the workforce, compared to nearly 6% less women than men had bachelor's degrees 80% of men 15% 21% women Women earned 55¢ for men every $1 a man earned. E But that doesn't mean more doesn't need to be changed! a Both women and men Millennials say changes are needed to enhance gender equality in the workplace Country needs to keep making changes Country has made necessary changes 67% 29% SOURCES: DROUGHT TO YOU BY: HUMANRESOURCESMBA.NET

Women In the Workplace: Then Vs. Now

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Millennial women - the numbers - Then Vs. Now! With millennial women leading the charge, there’s no telling what another 30 years will bring!


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