충분한 능력을 갖춘 구성원, 특히 여성이 조직 내의 일정 서열 이상으로 오르지 못하게 하는 ‘보이지 않는 장벽’
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A glass ceiling is a political term used to describe the unseen, yet unbreakable barrier that keeps minorities and women from rising to the high-ranking position, regardless of their qualifications or achievements. The glass ceiling index suggests how much of highly educated women are employed, the income gap between men and women, the ratio of women in high ranking positions, and the working condition of women and so on. UK economic weekly The Economist has published a glass ceiling index ranking.