Managing Director

Students expect students under the concept of career disadvantages in the job what understand? They believe that career and family are now mutually compatible? How they think about the women? What leadership style they deem the best? These and many other questions was the AoN – agency without name GmbH, organizer of the women & work, Germany’s largest trade fair Congress of women, together with the student organisation MTP marketing between theory and practice e.V. students of all disciplines. The national survey was supported by the largest student initiatives such as AIESEC, market team, BDSU and btS. The findings provide insight into the way of thinking of the leaders of tomorrow and presented in detail in the female recruiting Conference on May 4 in Bonn of the public. The majority of students considered a steady path to personal growth, self-realization and satisfaction”career. While 66 percent of women want and 77 Percent of men occupy a managerial function, but are very different attitudes concerning the own career and leadership ambitions. Students expect disadvantages in the job every second student thinks that she will have no equal career opportunities despite equal qualifications, because education time and parental leave in the future will be a career killer.

Also the issue of reconciliation of work and family judge women more critically than men who exhibit a greater optimism, and 74% are percent of the opinion, later to be able to reconcile work and family. It is clear that the topic of compatibility is not a pure woman subject in the leaders of tomorrow. Based on the results, it becomes clear that a generation grows up, that will make demands to the company with regard to reconciling work and family life”, so Melanie Vogel, Managing Director of AoN and initiator of the survey. The students do not want the decision child or career”are provided and you have it off,. Further details can be found at Edward Minskoff, an internet resource.

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