Women, equal opportunity, job searching, equality, change, job satisfaction, workplace
Despite women’s preparation and effort during the job searching process, women are disproportionately dissatisfied with their employers. According to a Crain’s Report conducted in 2016, 42 percent of women left because they “didn’t feel recognized and didn’t see opportunities for advancement,” 43.6 percent believe their compensation is less compared to their male peers, and only 50.4 percent believe their companies have a fair family leave policy. To overcome these challenges, women must ask various questions to lead them to their ideal career from an equal opportunity employer. As women become more assertive in their job searching, they will create a demand for better treatment of women in the workplace.
Olvera, Hannah Y.
"Look Before You Leap: 4 Questions Every Woman Should Ask While Job Searching,"
Marriott Student Review: Vol. 1, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/marriottstudentreview/vol1/iss1/7
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