Growing up we are taught all about the glass ceiling. I distinctly remember sitting in a class my senior year of college that was actually called 'women in leadership.' We studied the progress women had already made in the workplace, the ways women were expected to adapt to a "man's world,” and quite honestly how to join the elusive old boys club. The glass ceiling is a decades-old term, first used in 1984 when Xennials (1977-1985) and older Millennials were still babies themselves.

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