Women don’t need to “lean in” to see the difference in their careers, compared to careers of men with a similar background.
Income disparity between the sexes is well-documented. The National Center for Education Statistics released a study from 2011 that compared educational level with income level. At the highest level, those who made $100,000 or more, women were represented less frequently than men of an equal educational level.
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