by Maria Vittone~ Without being conscious of it, we still make career decisions based partly on gender. If we do choose to break the gender mold, it is often a difficult decision that brings men and women up against social barriers that they may not have considered: male/female communication styles are different; unconscious bias and … Continue reading We Still Make Career Decisions Based Partly on Gender
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