EL TECHO DE CRISTAL, ¿culpa de las propias mujeres?
Women fighting for a broader presence in the upper levels of management face at least one very personal obstacle: Most workers don’t want them there. Only one-fifth of people surveyed by Gallup this week said they preferred a female boss over a man. One-third preferred a male boss, and the rest had no preference.
The survey, which collected responses from 1,032 adults living in the U.S., found women were more likely than men to want a male boss: 39 percent of women wanted to be led by a man, compared with 26 percent of men.
In the 60 years that Gallup has conducted this survey, women have never preferred a female boss.
(Las negritas son mías)