Job Level by Gender
If you were expecting a sharp drop-off in the percentage of women as you rise up the corporate ranks, you won't find it here. It's not until you get to the Executive level that you see a sharp change in the ratio of men to women. Individual Contributors, Managers and even Directors are pretty evenly distributed overall. Overall Boss Stats
The good news is the the majority of men and women have reported to female bosses at least once in their career. The more surprising news is that only 42% of men report currently having a female boss, while 72% of females report to another woman. Female Bosses by Job Level
The higher you climb the corporate ladder, the less likely you are to have a female boss. Interestingly though, the chances of ever having had a female boss bounces around a bit as people progress through their careers. More Directors say they've had a female boss than Executives or Managers. Female Bosses by Income Level If Your Paycheck Is High, Your Boss is Likely a Guy
Again, when broken down by gender, males are far less likely to report to women than their female counterparts, and the likelihood decreases as paychecks increase. But You’ve Probably Had a Female Boss at Some Point
The chances of ever having had a female boss decreases for both men and women as salaries increase, but the trend is much more subtle when you break the data down this way. This suggests that the occurrence of female bosses may have more to do with job type or industry than it does with income. Best and Worst Industries for Female Bosses
Which industries see the most women rising through the ranks? Best and Worst Job Types for Female Bosses
Which job types report having female bosses most often?