UCLA's Anderson School Has a Major Woman Problem

UCLA Anderson School of Management Courtesy UCLA Anderson School of Management

In 2006, UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management discovered that it had a gender problem. An internal report by the school found that while it hired plenty of women, it had trouble keeping them. Female faculty reported more job dissatisfaction, and some felt their peers were unfairly dismissive of them or their work.

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