“Corner offices are looking a bit less like exclusive boys’ clubs lately.” That’s the conclusion of the Wall Street Journal in an analysis of women in the workplace. A report by research firm Equilar found that at S&P companies with male executives at the top, almost 12% of the four other highest-paid officers are women, up four percentage points from 10 years ago. The data also showed that the percentage of women chief executives at S&P 500 companies has doubled since 2006, to five percent. Overall, 19% of all c-suite executives today are women, an increase of two percent over last year.
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