Upward mobility is a huge concern, not just for ambitious employees, but for the workplace environment. By analyzing cohorts of employees from 1990 to 2018, we see a significant gender seniority gap that seems to be becoming smaller for younger cohorts.
Below we show the current seniority level, measured in quintiles, of employees from cohorts from 1990 to 2018:
The gender seniority gap has been shrinking in recent years, but has still not reached parity:
By ranking the seniority level for every cohort, we can see that the younger cohort has a lower gender seniority gap than previous cohorts:
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