Millennial Women Don’t Want Top Jobs, Says Study

Millennial women may be saying “no” to the prospect of having high-powered jobs later on. A new study claims that young women just aren’t very interested in being the top executives of high-profile companies, reported BusinessNews Daily.

The research, conducted by PR firm Zeno Group, found that only 15 percent of women between the ages of 21 and 33 have the desire to lead a “large or prominent organization.” The reason? They aren’t willing to make the personal compromises that they perceive female leaders being forced to make. And 90 percent of women surveyed believe that female executives are forced to make greater sacrifices than male executives. Continue To HuffPost…

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