After Hillary Clinton left 18 million cracks in the glass ceiling, supporters anticipate that she can smash through it in 2016.
In response, the CIA commissioned the “glass ceiling Study” to see if artificial barriers against advancement existed.
The glass ceiling at the CIA, like most of corporate America, is still in place, but at least it has plenty of cracks.
Joan hit the glass ceiling hard this past season and Hendricks did a great job conveying her torment and anguish.
Many, especially those who come from an economically disadvantaged background, still face a glass ceiling.
What kind of advice would you give to young women to overcome that glass ceiling?
Each time she broke through a glass ceiling, she felt a weight on her back.
Through the door you enter the garden, with its tiled floor, its glass ceiling, and its low brick retaining walls.
Evergreens are banked against the brick walls, and flat reliefs are hung just under the glass ceiling.
Palms of all kinds filled it, whose trunks and tops often reached close up to the glass ceiling.
An unacknowledged — and ultimately illegal — barrier to advancement, especially for women and people of color: “In many professions a woman cannot break through the glass ceiling to the upper level of management.” The term dates from the 1980s.
A solid but invisible barrier against women's advancement in business and other institutions: Women could all stop wearing lipstick and blusher tomorrow, and I doubt it would help them break through the glass ceiling/ the sound of glass ceilings breaking as women empowered by the Clinton Administration rise to new positions of influence (1990+)