Wednesday, December 29, 2004

More Women (and People of Color) Are Occupying the Top Seats At Big Companies?

In Computerworld

Interesting ...

"What's more, the few minority executives who are ready to step into top-level roles have other choices. Early retirement or entrepreneurship often is more appealing than joining the senior ranks of a corporation that's trying to diversify. "Why work twice as hard to get half as far?" is a common refrain among many highly paid minority managers in their 40s and 50s. "

To read the entire article, visit: Recruiters scout minority talent to help their clients diversify

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