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Only two percent of the bosses at big U.S. companies are women, even though female workers are now the majority of the U.S. workforce. Those inequities can also be found in other countries, where women are making strides — but continue to face a glass ceiling in some professions and cultures. We’ll go around the globe and look at the debate about women and work.
- Jessica Golloher Moscow-based correspondent; former reporter with WAMU 88.5
- Evrim Sel Economy Editor, Hurriyet Daily News (Turkey)
- Maggie Brown Media Commentator for the website of the Guardian newspaper
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