Women Still Experience Gender Bias and Discrimination in Hiring Process

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There are more women in the workforce than ever before, yet we still have a ways to go before achieving gender equity at work and in the hiring process, according to results from a new survey released today from RecruitmentMarketing.com and The Muse.

For example, while attracting female talent is a key goal for most organizations, 42% of women said they have encountered gender-biased or inappropriate questions during a job interview, and 41% said they have felt discriminated against during a job interview, due to gender. In addition, 38% even said they hesitated to apply for a job based on perceived

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