2015 Benchmark Study Report: Gender Differences in Commercial Real Estate

As a CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) member for nearly 10 years, I found some of the data in the CREW 2015 Benchmark Study startling. Take note of the highlights below:

Women in #CRE are more satisfied with career success and closer to the C-Suite than ever.

More women fill SVP, managing director and partner positions in CRE than ever.

An ‘aspiration gap’ exists between men and women in #CRE: 28% of women aspire to the C-suite vs. 40% of men; 47% of women aspire to the senior vice president, managing director or partner levels.

The #CRE industry median annual compensation is $115,000 for women and $150,000 for men – an average income gap of 23.3%.

Women in #CRE view relationships with internal senior executives as the #1 factor supporting their future advancement. How does mentoring in your organization stack up?

While women in #CRE continue to strive for parity, industry leaders must take action to implement change.

Thanks CREW! View the full study and takeaways here: bit.ly/crewstudy

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