The Female Career “Opt-Out” Option

To the surprise of many, large numbers of highly qualified American women are dropping out of mainstream careers. In fact, more than half of the women in the class of 1981 from Stanford University left the workforce at some point.

Even more surprising, only 38 percent of women who graduate from Harvard Business School work full-time for the balance of their careers. One in three women with an MBA isn’t working full-time right now. Compare that with only one in 20 for the MBA men.

And these aren’t just the.....

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