Women aren’t managers because they love leisure timeby Angelica Basile - 2017.05.23
It is not down to male dominance if only just 20% of managing directors in the world are women. It is often women themselves who prioritise private rather than professional life. These are the findings of an extensive study involving a sample of more than 27,000 Germans, published in the Journal of Happiness Studies. The study highlighted the fact that apart from prevalent sexism in offices, compared to their male counterparts many female workers declare themselves unhappy and dissatisfied when they reach managerial positions. To the point that they step back. Because this responsibility make them worry about having little time for their family and themselves, for sport or pleasurable leisure activities.
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