Diving Into The Advancements Of Women In Leadership Positions



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Kristin J
10 June 20
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Women In Leadership

It’s no secret that women have had to face many challenges when it comes to leadership roles in the workplace and equal pay as their male counterparts. In this article, we are going to discuss women in leadership positions and how their role has changed as the world has evolved.

Women today are still fighting against certain issues that they’ve faced for decades. However, we are seeing a change in the workplace that works in favor of women all over the world. Continue reading to find out what these new benefits and advancements are.

Women In Leadership Positions Tend To Hold Higher Level Degrees

Unlike their male counterparts, one of the ways that women have found will help to get them ahead in the workplace is to further their education. There is a dramatic increase in the number of women that are choosing to head back to school and obtain a degree in a higher level of education.

This higher level of education could reduce the likelihood of the women being passed over for a promotion when they are otherwise qualified to take the job.

The Drive To Succeed

Women are becoming more driven to achieve success in their chosen careers that reaches beyond being a homemaker. Women want to be able to make their own money and are willing to do so.

While working hard, they are also seeking to prove that they can do their job the same if not better than their male counterparts. However, even in working hard, most women within the workplace may still not receive the recognition that they are looking for after the hard work has been completed.

Bigger Paychecks

Women have fought for a long time to get the same pay as the men working in their exact positions. While this hasn’t been achieved yet, the income that women do receive has increased.

Women are now earning about 85% of the same amount that men are making. Women will continue fighting for equal pay until their pay matches that of men in the same position who may or may not be less qualified then they are.

One thing that is worth mentioning is that when women initially enter the workforce, they start at a higher wages than in past years.

More Willing To Speak Up

In the past, a woman speaking up about the inequalities including harassment and abuse that she’s noticed in the workplace could mean the loss of her job. Today women feel more open to speaking up about the things that the workforce still needs to change if it wants to increase the satisfaction for women when it comes to working.

Progress Continues

Although there have been many steps taken when it comes to women’s advancement in management positions, there is still a lot of work that needs to be done. All of the things that we’ve explained above have contributed to women taking those top spots and keeping them from getting that promotion they deserve.