Illuminating The Gaps That Threaten Diversity - Institutional Forces: The Headwinds for Women (and Tailwinds for Men)

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Men in the retirement industry are significantly more likely than women to say that luck was a key factor in their advancement. They also cite their education more often than women do. Women, meanwhile, are more likely to cite “involvement from others I know,” “working with a mentor or sponsor,” and “female peers” as sources contributing to their success. They also turn to resources from their educational institution more often than men do.