Although selected occupations have evolved for women since 2000, CEO positions have failed to advance.
Women face more barriers and struggle at work than men do.
However, despite years of gender inequality, the empowerment of women among businesses has been everyday more palpable among societies across the world.
Since 2000, the U.S. Census Bureau started collected data regarding the evolution of women’s in the U.S. workforce and monitored female professions to determine how this could evolve in future years. Now, 18 years later, there is a clear path into learning how much these occupations have changed.
The professions of veterinarians, dentists, counter and rental clerks, photographers and pharmacists have been some of which have most added year-round female workers to their workforce from 2000 to 2016.
However, despite the infographic from U.S. Census Bureau highlights these professions as the ones who have most added female workers in recent years, there has been a minimum increase from 2000 to 2016 regarding women achieving chief executive positions in a company.