KMPG examined how women approach risk taking in their careers.

A survey of 2,012 professional U.S. women aged 18-64 was conducted in March 2018.

Key findings include:
–  The top contributor to professional success was “working hard” (73%) followed by “being detail-oriented” (45%) and “being organized” (45%).
–  Women were least confident about “asking for a higher salary” (35%) and “moving for a job” (35%).
–  40% of women said that “the opportunity to make more money” encouraged them to take more risks.
– 35% of women said that “a past success” encouraged them to take more risks
– 34% of women said they were encouraged to take more risks when “a leader encouraged me to go for it.”

Read the full study to learn how women are encouraged to and deterred from taking risks in their careers.

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Heidy Modarelli handles Growth & Marketing for IPR. She has previously written for Entrepreneur, TechCrunch, The Next Web, and VentureBeat.
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