How Verified Skills Can Help Close the Gender Gap in Leadership

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Work should work for us all. Instead, we’re seeing women report increased feelings of exhaustion and burnout. Women still get paid less than men. Women — especially women of color — receive promotions at a lower rate than men. And women in senior leadership are 1.5 times more likely to consider downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce compared to men at the same level.

Pandemic-related layoffs disproportionately affected women, while childcare and household responsibilities also overwhelmingly fell on their shoulders. As of June, U.S. workforce statistics still show 656,000 fewer women working or actively seeking a new

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