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01/05/2012

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I think it is great that women are achieving careers and breaking into more male dominated roles. I do agree that we don't know how good women can be until we see them in critical roles. Currently there are only five women in the Fortune 500 CEO list. I hope in the future this number will increase significantly.

I also think it great the women are posing careers that normally males go after. Women have the right to prose any career they please. They worked as hard as the men did to get where they are and the power that they hold. What should it matter if they have a job that men have also? I my self have plans of working for a big business and there is no one that is going to tell me that i cant get that position because I'm a woman.

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