Women are heading to business school in larger numbers than ever before, and at younger ages to boot. But how much are women gaining from the degree?
By Elizabeth G. Olson, contributor
FORTUNE -- More women than ever are earning graduate business degrees, and at younger ages than ever before. But it's unclear whether these women are gaining much from the degree, with persistent wage gaps between men and women who have MOREApr 22, 2011 5:00 AM ET
A dearth of women in top executive positions has contributed to the lack of women on corporate boards. But new pathways to the boardroom are opening.
By Stephenie Overman, contributor
It's a vicious cycle. A dearth of women in top executive positions has contributed to a lack of women on corporate boards.
Women make up an estimated 47% of the American workforce (as of 2009), but they accounted for just over 14% of MOREMar 11, 2011 10:54 AM ET
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