Are women in finance any less ambitious than men, any less self-promoting or less willing to ask for big pay raises?
A recent article in Financial News alleged that those qualities -- rather than discrimination whether overt or covert -- explain why so few women have scaled the heights of investment banking. The article quoted several London-based employment lawyers and consultants - all of whom were female themselves.
What's your opinion? Should a woman who lingers below the glass ceiling blame only herself?