The Glass Ceiling
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The paper argues that it is readily apparent that men still dominate most positions of power, whether in boardrooms or governments, while legions of women have been battling for decades now to access the same power, prestige and financial compensation as men. This paper identifies and analyzes the "glass ceiling effect" observed among female professionals, suggests reasons for its persistent existence, and examines what career counselling has to offer women facing this predicament.
From the Paper:"Notwithstanding the widespread protestations that "you've come a long way, baby," it is still readily apparent that women still have a long way to go. Men still dominate most positions of power, whether in boardrooms or governments. This is not for want of trying - legions of women have been battling for decades now to access the same power, prestige and financial..."
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