#GAReads | After Time's Up and #MeToo, women in entertainment still see gender issues that men don't

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After Time's Up and #MeToo, women in entertainment still see gender issues that men don’t”:

In a year when Hollywood studios have been rocked by Time's Up and #MeToo allegations, men and women see persistent gender gaps in the industry. But not as many men see the discrimination and obstacles to success facing their female counterparts as women do.

In an online survey conducted last month of 1,010 men and women in entertainment, the CNBC-LinkedIn study found that reports of sexual misconduct in the workplace have raised awareness of gender discrimination and the differences in how women and men are paid, promoted and given opportunities to succeed. The poll's margin of error is 3 percentage points.

In our second industry survey of this kind, we've aimed to understand how men and women see these gaps, as well as how to close them.

Read Julia Boorstin’s full article at CNBC’s Make It here…