Survey Shows More Women Accountants in Management

A recent survey developed by RHI Management Resources shows 43% of firms surveyed report an increase in the past five years in the number of women accountants who hold management positions.

According to the 1,400 CFOs surveyed from a random sample of U.S. companies with more than 20 employees, 15% are showing a significant increase in the number of women accountants who hold management positions, 28% are showing some increase in this number.

Additional survey results show that 58% of CFOs expect their company management ranks to continue to add woman accountants in the next five years. This estimate is up from 40%, two years ago.

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