Women's Role in Gender Segregation (Pt. 1)

While differences between men and women in job offers, pay and overall employment considerations has long been a hot issue, the concern and research often focuses on the employers. However, recent research also indicates a certain limitation that women either put on themselves or perceive when looking into a career or applying for a job. Ph.D. Matthew Bidwell, professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business, discusses the various factors affecting gender segregation that stems from women themselves, as well as employers and their industries.

Podcast Series: Nobody's Perfect
Nobody's Perfect looks at things a little backwards: What NOT to do. Mistakes are often the best teachers and errors in judgment cross all industries. Job seekers and executives alike commit a variety of blunders that you can learn from so you can avoid the common, damaging missteps.