Sheila Wellington: Chipping Away At Glass CeilingsRochelle Shoretz
In 1962, when a new advocacy group called Catalyst emerged to fuel the advancement of women into the corporate world, its mission was to help with such basics as resum writing, interviewing, and career counseling. Now that women make up nearly half the U.S. work force--but only 5% of senior management--the challenge is more complex: breaking down the "glass ceiling" that prevents women from reaching the top.
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