Unformatted text preview: epresented. Over 70% of all female workers in Mexico are relegated to
the service or commercial sector.1 Of 502,116 executives in Mexico, only 14.25% are
female, and only 7.1% receive a salary that is ten times more than the minimum wage.2
And of every one of these female executives that do receive a salary more than ten times
the minimum wage, there are 18 male executives.3 In a recent study of professional
Mexican women, it was discovered that in the 103 most powerful Mexican companies, only
four had women on their Executive Board´s, and only 13 had females in middle level
management positions.4 By comparison, over 81% the Forbes 500 companies in the U.S.
had females on their Executive Boards during the same time period.5 This case was written by Professor Jay Paul Kermit Pence Dudgeon It was prepared solely to provide
material for class discussion.
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