Anecdata, or how McKinsey’s story became Sheryl Sandberg’s fact
At this point, we know there is no legitimate, evidence-based foundation for the claim that men apply for jobs when they feel 60 percent qualified while women have to be 100 percent certain. None. Nothing that can be examined, reproduced, reviewed or cited. From a researcher’s perspective, it doesn’t exist.
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