Cracks in the Glass Ceiling: An Analysis of Gender Equity in the Federal Government Auditing Career Field - "Glass ceiling" describes a reality in which women and minorities tend to be overrepresented at lower levels of an organization, yet underrepresented at more senior levels. This article shows that women in government auditing have made recent progress toward equity in both salary and ...
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