November 25, 2015

[Infographic] Does The Glass Ceiling Exist In 2013?

The term the “glass ceiling” refers to claims that women have an invisible barrier preventing them from achieving the highest level of success in the workplace. After the 1960’s when the Women’s Liberation Movement and Civil Rights legislation came into play, discrimination, in theory, should be a thing of the past. However, many still believe the glass ceiling still exists for women in the workplace. This infographic from Courses Direct provides interesting insight into that state of the glass ceiling is today.


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  1. […] science). In the top 100 universities, there are 2.5 male economics majors per female major. The infographic produced by Courses Direct reflects the ‘Gender Gap’ still evident in the United States and other English-speaking […]