Male accountants threatened by women, says study

Nine out of 10 male accountants believe they have been adversely affected by attempts to create a more favourable working environment for women, new research reveals.

Recruitment specialists Careers in Audit found that many men working in the profession claimed that women were being promoted even if they do not deserve it.

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nigel's picture

Says who?

nigel | | Permalink

I joined a national firm in 1978 and have worked in various national, regional and local practices. I'll admit few have female managers and my current firm is the first to have appointed a female partner. However I never felt women were being promoted unfairly or just to meet some sort of feminist quota.

I just don't believe this is an issue in most practices.

One wonders who was surveyed here - maybe it was just the ultra-PC big four?

Think about it

AnonymousUser | | Permalink

The first paragraph is plainly nonsense. Ask any qualified statistician if you think otherwise.

Why is it nonsense Fred?

Anonymous | | Permalink

Whilst I may not necessarily agree, I wonder how the first sentence can be statistically nonsense?

I'm generally curious.