Half of women have experienced gender barriers in financial services

'Women are still being overlooked'

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Study from Simplify Consulting into gender imbalances in financial services
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Study from Simplify Consulting into gender imbalances in financial services

Half of women say they have experienced barriers to their career within financial services because of factors such as pregnancy and menopause, a recent study has found.

Simplify Consulting published research into the gender pay gap and experiences and found the 'glass ceiling' was still ever-present for women in financial services. The survey was carried out ac...

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