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A recent international study suggests women in the U.S., Britain and China are the most likely to promote their interests in the workplace, but overall women are not doing enough to advance their careers.
Behavioral scientists say being able to draw attention to work contributions is easier for men, putting part of the blame on women for their reluctance to self-promote and ask for higher salaries.
Are women partly responsible for maintaining the glass ceiling in the corporate world?
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Meg Wolitzer , the author of “The Ten-Year Nap,” a new novel about women who leave the workplace to care for their children, says the one-time noble goal doesn’t always work out in real life — and that is not a bad thing.