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Glass Ceiling — Is It The Same For Everyone?

Or does it differ by who you are…

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The term “glass ceiling” is often used to describe the unseen barrier that limits women’s advancement in the workplace. But is the glass ceiling the same for all women? Is it just for women?

The answer is no.

The glass ceiling is not the same for all women. It varies depending on factors such as race…




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Rajeev Mudumba

Rajeev Mudumba

Leader, Entrepreneur, Investor, Coach, Writer, Blogger & Speaker www.planb.live; https://planbsuccessschool.thinkific.com

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