Quote Originally Posted by Aristaeus View Post
Most women don't quit their job/retire to have a child.
Not sure where you are getting "most" from or what that means percentage wise. However I would point out that not dropping out of work to have children is not the same as putting in the requisite work to become a boardroom member. It could be certainly, but it could be that a lot of women choose a balance that means ignoring emails outside of office hours, not staying late etc. Generally to reach high levels you have to give a lot of your time to get there. Those who stay in the office late and spend their free time answering emails are going to be ahead of the game. It's just the way it is.

Not dropping out of a job is not the same as being anywhere close to making it into the boardroom. Most men don't make it either. You have to sacrifice a lot to get there, of those who are prepared to do so it seems that the majority happen to be male, and I would posit that this has something to do with raising families. I'm not saying it's exclusively so, but it is a factor.

Explain how this conspiracy to maintain a boy's only club works, what happens? Who decides it? Where is your evidence that this mentality is prevalent? It sounds like paranoid nonsense to me.

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