It’s not all Devil Wears Prada out there in the workplace. A recent study showed that “fewer and fewer Americans care whether the boss is a man or a woman.
A 1953 Gallup poll showed that 25% of participants had no preference for a male or female boss; by 1983, the number had risen to 36%, and by 2006, it was at 43%.
A recent online survey of more than 60,000 people by Kim M. Elsesser of UCLA and Janet Lever of California State University shows that the proportion having no preference now stands at 54%.
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