Millennial Women Ditching Corporate World for Entrepreneurship | Business News Daily

Instead of waiting their turn to rise to the top at work, a number of younger women are taking a different approach to breaking the glass ceiling, new research finds.

A study from the consulting firm REAL revealed that among millennial female entrepreneurs, nearly 90 percent left their job in the corporate world to start their own business. This has not only given them the opportunity to take on executive leadership roles, but it also allows them to employ largely female staffs, execute flat business structures that have no, or few, levels of middle managers between exectuives and employees, and encourage greater employee consideration and inclusion, according to the study.

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