Are women less likely to enjoy their success?

08/19/2013 | Atlantic online, The

In addition to getting paid less than their male counterparts, powerful women also tend to experience fewer emotional benefits from their success, research suggests. Differences in societal expectations, media portrayals and support networks are among the possible explanations for this phenomenon. "Women who sacrifice and lean in yet do not feel the subjective rewards of their positional authority may ultimately be less inclined to stay in those positions," according University of Toronto sociologists who have investigated the issue.

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