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Survey: Many women don’t ask for raises

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Robbie Myers from Elle magazine teamed up with the Center for American Progress where they conducted poll that found more than half of women in lower level positions have never asked for a raise  and around 30 percent of men and women believe they’re not in executive positions because they’re not tough enough.