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Are women opting out or shut out from career tracks?

s to 28 percent.

The most troubling statistic from the survey only 5 percent of highly qualified women looking for on-ramps back into the career mainstream are interested in rejoining the organizations they left. It was zero for respondents working in the business sector! The authors surmise that these women felt they were not appreciated or well-utilized by their previous employers.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 04/25/05


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