Almost two-thirds of the respondents think their gender holds them back in their
Almost 100 percent of the respondents to a survey of women in finance believe
that women are being paid less than men for comparable work.
The figure, 96 percent of the 259 members of the Financial Women’s
Association who took part in the survey, is identical to that reported by the
FWA in 1998. That shows "that the perception of pay parity has not improved in
almost a decade," according to a release issued by the 1,000 member association