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It’s a fact that women make less than men and fewer women are in positions of power in the corporate and political world, but studies are blaming this disparity on the career aspirations these women had as young girls. When asked about career choices, these girls, who are the women of today, chose occupations in fields that are more low-level in terms of power and pay.

From Forbes:

New Evidence the Gender Achievement Gap Starts in Childhood

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