Are some careers perceived to be so male-dominated that women are avoiding them?
That seems like a ridiculously quaint question. But the answer is yes, according to research by The Wharton School and McGill University.
The study, which analyzed data of 1,255 male and female graduates of elite MBA programs, finds that women tend to shy away from certain high-paying Wall Street jobs, because they regard them as vats of testosterone. . . .
I know, I know—you’re about to tell me that Big Law doesn’t have that problem.
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