WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT: Female Managers' Representation, Characteristics, and Pay

Sherrill, Andrew
September 2010
GAO Reports;9/28/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article offers information on the representation, characteristics and pay of female managers in business enterprises in the U.S. It states that the American Community Survey (ACS) of the U.S. Census Bureau shows that representation and differences between female and male managers' characteristics are similar, with differences in level of education and in pay. However, women are less than proportionately represented in management positions than in nonmanagement positions.


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