Are We Breaking The Glass Ceiling, Or Just Tapping?
We’ve stated statistics that show that more Malaysian women are studying more, entering the workforce and becoming women entrepreneurs and managers than their mothers ever could. Is this enough? Has it translated to higher salaries, more seats in the board room and perhaps, gasp, even out earning the men sometime in the future?
Statistics in Malaysia are notoriously difficult to obtain, and those available are excruciatingly out dated. To set a benchmark, take a look at the infographic of women’s efforts in breaking the glass ceiling in the United States.
How would we compare? What would our statistics look like?