YPSWA works on the original study about work barriers

October 1, 2011 – YPSWA is pleased to announce that it nears to completion of its original study of labour barriers that many young professionals, women, minorities and disable persons face.

The study examines two major barriers: glass ceiling and sticky floor. But as study progressed, it became obvious that these two barriers do not explain all hindrances that young professionals face. YPSWA discovered that mid-level bottleneck is another barrier that affects many young professionals, women, minorities and disable persons face.

The study is expected to conclude that sticky floor and mid-level bottleneck are more detrimental than glass ceiling to the career growth of many young professionals, women, minorities and disable persons face.

For complete study, please check our website in the near future.

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