You've Come A Short Way, Baby

Women are making progress in Corporate America--but it's slow going indeed

At first glance, there's welcome news here. Women now account for 11.2% of officers at large corporations, up from 10.6% last year and 8.7% in 1995. More than half of the 500 companies assessed by Catalyst, the not-for-profit research organization, have more than one female officer, and a few big employers are approaching gender parity.

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