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Emily has been waiting for a promotion to a management position for almost five years. She notices that men fill most of the higher-level jobs in her company. She suspects she is not being promoted
because she is female. What term describes this? A. low productivity B. skilled labor C. minimum wage D. glass ceiling
D. glass ceiling
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User: Emily has been waiting for a promotion to a management position for almost five years. She notices that men fill most of the higher-level jobs in her company. She suspects she is not being promoted because she is female. What term describes this? A. low productivity B. skilled labor C. minimum wage D. glass ceiling

Weegy: D. glass ceiling
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User: Which of the following is a disadvantage of a sole proprietorship? A. lack of permanence B. high taxes C. legal constraints D. difficult to start up

Weegy: disadvantage of a sole proprietorship A. lack of permanence
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Weegy: B. general partnership.
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Weegy: The answer is: C. the parent company provides guidance on running the business.
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Weegy: B. Fewer cars will be made is the effect of increase in an excise tax on cars .
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