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Is there a statistically significant difference between males and
females in terms of hiring and promotions? The proportion of each
sex that says they were hired or promoted in the last year is reported
below. Results are from a nationally representative sample. Round
answers to the second decimal.
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Is there a statistically significant difference between males and females in terms of hiring and promotions? The proportion of each sex that says they were hired or promoted in the last year is reported below. Results are from a nationally representative sample. Round answers to the second decimal.

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