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A workplace that promotes advancing women into senior management and leadership positions are more profitable, more socially responsible, and provides safer, higher-quality customer experiences — among many other benefits according to a 2021 study from Harvard Business Review. Women account for almost half of US labor workers and slightly more than half of college-educated women, totaling 1 in 3 senior work leaders, representing about 58% of the workforce’s advanced degree holders according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Astonishingly, a 2022 article by Zippia states that over 90% of Fortune 500 companies are run by men – leaving 8.2% of them run by women in general and less than 1% led by women of color. These numbers are a record-breaking high for female leadership at Fortune 500 companies. That 1%, or two women of color leaders, is the most that any Fortune 500 company has ever seen to date.

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One research study found that the two biggest challenges keeping women from leadership positions are that women are held to higher standards (43%) and many businesses aren’t “ready” to hire women for top executive positions (43%).

The Women Behind Amgen Ventures

Amgen is one of our top partners and we are thrilled to share this article about how women have exceeded expectations for their company.

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Why Women Should Go For C-Suite Positions

Women make up more than half of the world’s population, and yet women occupy less than 10% of executive positions.

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Advancing Women Leaders

Learn more about Comcast’s focus and dedication to advancing women in the workforce with their current aspirational goal of achieving a workforce that is 50% women at every level.

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