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WOMEN'S WORK
The Kleiner Perkins Lawsuit, and Rethinking the Confidence-Driven Workplace
By Claire Cain Miller
March 12, 2015
When a group of men and women took a science exam and scored the same, the women underestimated their performance and refused to enter a science fair, while the men did the opposite.
At Google, men were being promoted at a much higher rate than women — because they were nominating themselves for promotion and women were not.

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