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Re: Equality Issues
« Reply #45 on: Thursday 22-Aug-2019, 17:32* »
Only a tiny, tiny percentage of people are FTSE CEOs. Gender doesn't qualify anyone for the job. I don't have statistics, but I believe that more men than women have long, uninterrupted careers, which is certainly helpful when climbing the corporate ladder. Perhaps less women than men actually want the top jobs, who knows? It really isn't everyone's dream.

Forgive me, I'm trying to piece together what you have been saying across several posts/days. Am I right that you believe that:

There is no gender inequality
Women have just as much opportunity to reach the top of their profession as men
Anyone (whatever gender) who doesn't reach the highest level possible to them has chosen not to do so
More men want the top job than women (in the case of the FTSE, that would be 13x as many men)



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