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Glass Ceilings: The Status of Women as Officials and Managers in the Private Sector

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The main purpose of this report is to use data from the 2002 EEO-1 Survey of Firms in Private Industry to explore the status of women in management. The research will develop some new ways of analyzing the EEO-1 data that focus on access to management positions generally, and perhaps more importantly, access to management positions at headquarter facilities. The primary contribution of these analyses of the EEO-1 survey is the ability to raise important problems and questions about gender-based discrimination given the wide variations in the types of firms and industries in the American economy. While this initial report on glass ceilings focuses on the status of women, the analyses developed here can be applied to examine minority groups.

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2004-03-04

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Federal; key workplace documents; Catherwood; ILR; glass ceiling; women; status; officials; managers; private sector; employment; workers; industries; NAICS; economy

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