FRANK TALK ON CAREERS: Why Women Leave the "Fast Lane" (Employment Facts)

Monday, April 4, 2005

Why Women Leave the "Fast Lane" (Employment Facts)

Why Women Leave the "Fast Lane": Harvard Business Review featured an interesting article on what keeps talented women on the road to success in its March 2005 issue. In a survey of highly qualified professionals, these statistics emerged: Top five reasons women leave the fast lane: * Family time – 44% * Earn a degree, other training – 23% * Work not enjoyable/satisfying – 17% * Moved away – 17% * Change careers – 16% Top five reasons men leave the fast lane: * Change careers – 29% * Earn a... Sign in to see full entry.

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