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Both men and women prefer to work with men, according to a new poll from MSN.
From Business Insider:
In a poll conducted earlier this month by Business Insider partner MSN, more than 90% of men and women said they were comfortable with having a boss of the opposite gender.
One in five men said they preferred working with men. Men with less education are more likely to say so. Among men who said they preferred working with their own gender, 24% had only a high-school diploma, 20% had some college, and 16% had a college degree or more.Even though everyone wants to work with men, Business Insider's Rachael Levy still managed to spin this into a story of male bashing.
The data highlights how women are perceived at work, a domain largely unavailable to them until fairly recently. It also highlights that women are fighting an uphill battle. A large group of people, mostly men, don't want to work with them, don't think they should have to, and don't think there is a problem.According to the polls, the problem is with women, hon.
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