MBAs’ lasting gender gap

Speaking of women’s stalled march to the top

A new report from Catalyst shows a gender gap among MBAs that starts with their first job, and persists through the first decade. The analysis, based on a large online survey of high-level MBAs from the U.S., Europe and Asia that started in the late 1990s, controls for “total experience, time since MBA, first post-MBA job level, industry, and global region of work at the time of survey.”

The follow-up survey, in 2007-2008, excludes those who are not currently fully employed, and finds this big disparity in job status:

The report is a free download, and includes the full analysis.

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