Wage gap widens for exec women
- Gender gap at the CEO level. // Association Management;Apr95, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p44
Discusses gender as a factor in compensation variation among association executives in the United States. Types of organizations headed by women; Comments of Merribel Ayres about the result of the survey on compensation of association executives; Recommendations to eliminate gender gap in...
- Do You Deserve a Raise? // World Trade;Jan2001, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p42
Offers a look at the result of the first annual salary survey conducted by `World Trade' magazine among workers employed by United States manufacturers. Average total compensation among C-titles or executives; Percentage of survey respondents who have received formal education for the job they...
- Women continue to work for less pay. Endicott, R. Craig // Advertising Age;12/6/1999, Vol. 70 Issue 50, ps4
This article provides information on a salary survey which revealed that males are consistently paid more than females for same-level advertising agency positions at non-strategic management levels as of December 1999. Even when females numerically dominate the position they receive less pay...
- ask annie. Fisher, Anne // Fortune;5/27/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 11, p187
Discusses the gender gap in pay between men and women in the U.S. Data from the a study by the federal General Accounting Office, the Graduate Management Admissions Council, and the Economic Policy Foundation; Idea that women lose when they take time off to have children; Topic of references.
- ask annie. Fisher, Anne // Fortune International (Europe);5/27/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 11, p97
Discusses the gender gap in pay between men and women in the United States. Data from the a study by the federal General Accounting Office, the Graduate Management Admissions Council, and the Economic Policy Foundation; Idea that women lose when they take time off to have children; Topic of...
- Calling time on the gender gap. Fletcher, Mike // Marketing Event;Oct2000, p23
Presents the results of a survey on trends in the salary and lifestyles of men and women in year 2000 in Great Britain. Representation of women in event management; Reason for women's rise in the corporate ladder; Differences in their responses. INSET: Women on top.
- Advantage Males. Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p5
Reports on the growth in the gap between the earnings of men and women in England. Details on the earnings statistics for 1998 from the Office for National Statistics in England.
- Wage gap continues. // Liberal Education;May/Jun90, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p45
Focuses on salaries of women in the United States. Wage gap between men and women.
- Pay equity news not a surprise to all women. Myers, Dennis // Las Vegas Business Press;10/20/97, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p5
Reports on the widening gap between men and women's wages in Las Vegas, Nevada. Factors contributing to men's higher wages; Negative role model of Nevada's Legislature in following set state employment and discrimination policies.