Startling Statistics Reveal the Sad Truth About Women’s Confidence in the Workplace

Women definitely have it tougher in the workplace: they are less likely to be heard, they make less money and they rarely rise to the highest positions of leadership.

According to the below infographic from management consulting firm Bain & Company, female workers also find their career confidence and aspiration crushed as they gain experience, even though they start off about equally confident and more aspirational than men when beginning their careers.

See the startling infographic below, which uses data from recent Bain research on the differences between women’s and men’s career paths. (click to enlarge)

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