THEY REACH THEIR PEAK SALARY 10 YEARS EARLIER.
Women aren’t just held down by the glass ceiling. They’re also kept down by a salary ceiling. Many hit their peak salary age almost 10 years sooner than men.
This isn’t because women are less capable but because of the priorities that guide their life choices. Some take extended breaks from the workforce, during the course of their career, to care for their children or elderly parents.
Nonetheless, with proper financial planning, women can achieve their goals and fulfil their phenomenal potential.
Source : Financial Times - Women reach their peak salary levels 10 years sooner than men
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