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When exploring the challenges men and women face in the workplace, men will often state that women ask too many questions. Why Women Ask More Questions than Men Woamn often ask questions to build consensus and explore all sides of an issue before making a decision. In team meetings and one-on-one discussions, a woman will often demonstrate her interest and t by asking clarifying questions to draw people out and encourage them to share their ideas. Seldom will a man consider drawing another man out to encourage his participation. When men do ask questions, they are often more direct than women and less likely to take personal offense when someone is direct with them.
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We also demonstrated that the finding is not because azk workers have shorter lengths of job tenure or behave differently than men when they have dependent children.
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Another is that Australian women may be more likely to ask than women from other countries. Perhaps the world really is beginning to transform.
When men do ask questions, they are often more direct than women and less likely to take personal offense when someone is direct with them. Subscribe for updates from the U.
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But when we split our sample of workers into high-education and low-education, we find no difference in the females compared to males. Future research may be able to decide whether true changes are going on in the modern labor market.
Full-timers do so more often. Long-tenured employees do so more often.
That peer review has now been done and the article is released this month in a major journal, Industrial Relations, published by Berkeley. Connect Want to get involved?
Another is that our dataset is based on actual employee behavior, not on laboratory experiments or surveys. We did, however, find intriguing differences across age groups.
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In team meetings and one-on-one discussions, a woman will often demonstrate her interest and concern by asking clarifying questions to draw people out and encourage womna to share their ideas. Hence it could be that negotiating behavior through the years has begun to change. Seldom will a man consider drawing another man out to encourage his participation.
In a field experiment, Andreas Leibbrandt and John List provide interesting and nuanced.
The authors find no disparity between men and women in the special circumstance that workers are explicitly told that wage negotiation is permitted. When exploring the challenges men and women face in the workplace, men will often state that women ask too many questions.
The challenge for women is not in asking fewer questions, but in understanding why men tend to believe women ask too many, and discovering how to frame their questions in more direct ways that men can better understand and act upon. We wondered if we might find a difference by education level. Why Women Ask More Questions than Men Women often ask questions to build consensus and explore all sides of an issue before making a decision.
This is a valuable feature, as it makes it possible to control for a thzt of background factors about workplaces that are not observable to the statistical investigator, and would be impossible to allow for properly in many conventional statistical sources. Journal referees were persuaded by our key conclusion, but we were asked to do a of extra checks, and these proved valuable for our case.
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Even when we split on those with and without postgraduate degrees, we did not detect ificant differences. When there is no explicit statement that wages are negotiable, females are more likely than males to al their willingness to work for a lower wage rate. Second, our data are from matched worker-employer surveys in which random samples of male and female employees can be studied.
Chamber of Commerce Foundation. However, they were unable to control for a of important factors including hours worked or firm size, variables that we were able to include in our study.
Share First, the individuals in our data were questioned in detail about their motives, behavior, and histories. One earlier study in Great Britain McGovern et al. Approach a man indirectly and he can become frustrated, confused, and even offended with questions that he may thah as time-consuming, indecisive, or personal. When early reports of our work appeared in the press, the ro was criticized by Sara Laschever and others, in part for not having gone through a full peer review.
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