What women want: Female millennials at work

by Greta Kaul | Apr 08, 2015   ()

A new survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers finds that millennial women — those around the ages of 20 to 35 — are more career ambitious, better educated and enter the workforce at higher rates than ladies of previous generations. But they still feel they’re lacking some of the opportunities their male counterparts have.

The firm surveyed nearly 9,000 female millennials, women born between 1980 and 1995, globally.  Here’s what else they found, in a nutshell:

They packed their traveling shoes: Seventy-one percent of millennial women surveyed said they wanted to work outside their home country, but only 20 percent of people currently assigned to international jobs are women.


Source: SF Gate
Source: SF Gate

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