There’s Still a Gender Gap. How It Varies Depends on Who You Ask

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Although we’ve made significant progress toward gender equality in the past few decades, we still have a huge distance to travel to reach true gender parity.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we’ve come closer to equal pay, but haven’t reached it yet — from 62 cents on the dollar in 1979 to roughly 81 cents in 2011. The disparity is even greater at the leadership level: Only 24 percent of U.S. CEOs are women. In my area of expertise, CFOs, the numbers are even more discouraging: Fewer than 13 percent of Fortune 500 CFOs are women.

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