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% Of Women Physicians 34.3%
% Of Women In Congress 18.5%
% of Women On Fortune 500 Board Seats 17.9%
% of Women US Population 51.8%

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Women have made significant progress

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Medical Degrees

% Of Women Graduates for Medical Degrees
48%

Master's Degrees

% Of Women Graduates for Master's Degrees
60%

U.S. Labor Force

% Of Women Working In U.S. Labor Force
47%

Professional Jobs

% Of Women In Professional Level Jobs
52%

However, The Statistics For Female Leadership Are Far Different

Fortune 500 CEOs

% Of Women Fortune 500 CEOs
4.6%

Executive Officers

% Of Women as Executive Officers
14.6%

Top Earners

% Of Women As Top Earners
8.1%

Creative Directors

% Of Women Creative Directors In Advertising

3%
While women control 80% of consumer spending!

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