Womeninthe workplacestudy design_v5 (1)

3,732 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
3,732
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3,066
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
12
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Womeninthe workplacestudy design_v5 (1)

  1. 1. The 2012 BlogHerWomen and Work StudyPhoto credit: BlogHer ‘11 1
  2. 2. In November 2012, BlogHer fielded a study about women and their feelings about work.The questionnaire was served to women on the BlogHer Visionaries Panel 2
  3. 3. Most BlogHers work full time “What is your employment status?Source: Women in the Workplace, A BlogHer Study 2012 N = 1,022 women 18+ 3
  4. 4. We do it all Sampling of job titles from the BlogHer communitySource: 1,022 responses to “Describe the work you do” 4
  5. 5. How we feel about our work…and our workplacePhoto: Meg Duerksen from Whatever
  6. 6. Over half the women in this study arehappy with their work “How do you feel about your work?Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 6
  7. 7. Happy with work, yet nearly half still seeindustry challenges “How fairly do you think women are treated in your profession?Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 7
  8. 8. Younger women have a slightly rosier viewof gender equity in the workplace “How fairly do you think women are treated in your profession?Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 8
  9. 9. Work = Money, but Money ≠ SuccessPhoto credit: Jill of Controlling My Chaos
  10. 10. Work = Money (and it drives us to work) “If you did not have to work for financial reasons, would you?”Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 10
  11. 11. But money doesn’t equal success “Which is the most important attribute in your dream job?”Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 11
  12. 12. Younger women are more likely to place thehighest value on money “Which is the most important attribute in your dream job?”Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 12
  13. 13. Highest income earners most likely to craveflexibility “Which is the most important attribute in your dream job?”Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 13
  14. 14. BlogHers skew entrepreneurial “Who do you see as the ultimate career woman?”Source: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+ 14
  15. 15. BlogHers believe in mentors from both sidesSource: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+; *In response to the question “How important have mentors beenfor you?” ** In response to the question “What is your status with mentors in the workplace?” 15
  16. 16. Younger women helped by mentors;while the next generation gives backSource: Women in the Workplace 2012; A BlogHer Study. N = 1,022 women 18+; *In response to the question “How important have mentors beenfor you?” ** In response to the question “What is your status with mentors in the workplace?” 16
  17. 17. I have my dream job now…. What women said in their own words to “tell us about your dream job”….Source: 1,022 open ended responses to “In a few sentences, tell us about your dream job” 17
  18. 18. My dream job is a complete change…. What women said in their own words to “tell us about your dream job”….Source: 1,022 open ended responses to “In a few sentences, tell us about your dream job” 18
  19. 19. I am making my dream job happen…. What women said in their own words to “tell us about your dream job”….Source: 1,022 open ended responses to “In a few sentences, tell us about your dream job” 19

×