An analysis of personality, leadership styles, stereotype threat, and barriers.
There is evidence to suggest that the status of women in the workplace has improved in recent years. For example, more women are earning bachelor’s and advanced degrees, and the gap between women’s and men’s salaries has started to shrink. However, although the emergence of women in leadership roles and in the overall workforce has steadily increased, progress is occurring slowly. From 1970 to 2010, women’s representation in the workforce increased from 37 to 48 percent, however at this paper’s writing, only 26 percent of all CEOs in the United States are women, with only 2 to 3 percent of women serving as CEOs in Fortune 500 companies.
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