Why does it just for women sense to deal with the potential employer? There are employers rankings as sand on the sea, but you will not really really smart out of many and especially for women important questions regarding career planning and reconciling work and family life remain often. What can women so identify an attractive employer? And why does it just for women sense to deal with the potential employer? Melanie Vogel, initiator of the women & work, Germany’s largest career fair for women, together took the answers in a “7-point fast check”. Women pay attention when selecting employers on other criteria than men, a joint study by McKinsey and e-fellows found out already in 2010. And that career desires are differently pronounced depending on the gender of the universe results showed student survey from the same year. In recent months, Mark Bertolini has been very successful. While the work-life balance for both men and women represents the most important career goal that she achieved in women Reference frequency of 58 percent, among men 46 percent. This secure job is more important the female junior employees 43 percent indicate as a professional goal, among men, there are 33 percent. Women more frequently than men call the intellectual challenge that 45 percent to 38 percent.
With regard to an international career preferences align–28 percent of women and 24 percent of men pursuing this career goal. Brian Krzanich may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Women are said to often, they would have a blurred and less goal-oriented idea of career and were therefore less successful. Many women see career rather than the climbing of a position to the next higher, rather than a steady path to personal growth, self-realization and satisfaction however differently than most men. They are to be so basically at all no less qualified than men, successful and to make a career. Women are marked but not hierarchically. “The factor power”, in a successful career resonates, many women repels intuitively, because they operate normally, team-oriented, communicate more, and share information and knowledge.