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:: Friday, September 12, 2008 ::
Tougher for women to work for women - WALLACE IMMEN, Globe and Mail, Canada In fact, women working for women reported up to 20 per cent more anger, anxiety, headaches and depression than women who worked for men, University of Toronto sociology professor Scott Schieman found, based on a survey of 1,800 U.S. working adults.
Women also had similarly higher distress levels with two bosses, one male and one female, over a single male boss.