Women in the U.S. Still Do Way More Housework Than Men
Countless panels, conferences, studies, task forces, and books (see Anne Marie Slaughter's forthcoming blockbuster) pop up every year to address a seemingly intractable problem: why there are so few women CEOs, senators, law firm partners, venture capitalists, and hedge fund moguls, not to mention female executives lower down the chain. Once you attain the highest levels of powerful institutions in America, ample evidence shows, the scenery becomes overwhelmingly male.
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