Women's insecurity leads to poorer careers than men

But situation will change with 'aware' young men says historian

(ANSA) - ROME, OCT 21 - Women tend to be "more insecure and less bold" than men and therefore have less success in their careers than their male counterparts, historian and academic Alessandro Barbero told La Stampa Thursday.
    "Is it possible that, on average, women lack that aggression, boldness and self-confidence that help to get ahead?," he asked.
    There is hope for women, however, he said - with men's help.
    "Emerging form this trend may only be a question of time," said Barbero.
    "It should be enough to properly train some generations of young men who are more aware, and the situation will change". (ANSA).


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