Study: Fewer women than men in leadership roles until 2085

11/19/2012 | American City Business Journals

It could take until nearly the end of the century for women in the workforce to reach equal representation in leadership roles, according to one study. Currently, women hold about a quarter of leadership roles in government and about one-fifth of leadership roles in nonprofits and entrepreneurial ventures, the study found.

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