Women still struggling to get top financial jobs - survey

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Women still can’t get a toehold into the top jobs of global finance, according to a new study.

The New York Post reports that only one in five mutual funds around the world has a woman manager — a figure that has stayed the same since 2008, according to a study by Morningstar Research.

In the US, the figure is even lower: Only 10% of fund managers are women. The data includes more than 26,000 mutual funds in 56 countries.

The lack of women fund managers is most pronounced in countries with large, established financial centers such as the US, Switzerland and Germany. Meanwhile, smaller — and in some cases — newer financial centers have a much greater representation of female fund managers.

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