Report: Women Eschew Life Science Companies That Lack Female Leadership
MassBio and Liftstream partnered on a report about women's, men's and companies' views on gender diversity in the life science industry and identified several opportunities for employers to improve, including the need to employ more women in leadership roles to attract female job-seekers.
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